Ready in 1 hour 50 minutes
Forget buying rotisserie chickens at the deli. This one is moist and delicious every time, and easy to make at home.
"Good recipe. The skin came out nice and crisp, and the basting sauce had some really good flavors. I'm not completely sure that sticking it on a beer made any real difference in the taste, but I'll definitely be using the sauce again."
Drink half of the beer. Leave the other half in the can at room temperature for 15 min.
Prep the oven so that you have one low rack on which the roasting pan can sit with the chicken standing up. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
Melt butter and add the sage, tarragon, garlic salt, paprika, black pepper and dijon mustard. Mix well.
Pour half of the butter & herb mixture into the beer can, with the remaining beer. Place the can in the middle of a roasting pan and carefully place the chicken onto the beer can (sliding the can up the "butt" of the chicken). Use the legs to brace the chicken in the pan. Place the potato, onion or apple into the neck of the chicken (this keeps the aromatic steam inside the chicken).
Pour the remaining butter and herb mixture over the outside of the chicken, or baste with a brush.
Bake the chicken for 1 1/2 - 2 hours. Watch closely after 90 minutes.
Remove from oven when done, and let rest for 5 minutes or so.
Rmetzger32 4m agoSo easy, and so yummy!!!!
manchild 2y agoCouldn't perfect step number one... kept drinking the beer :/
trjohns08 3y ago
bonedi39 3y agoWonderfully moist with crispy skin. Really easy.
dakotarussell 4y agoGood recipe. The skin came out nice and crisp, and the basting sauce had some really good flavors. I'm not completely sure that sticking it on a beer made any real difference in the taste, but I'll definitely be using the sauce again.
blulite5656 5y agoMade just as recipe directed and was absolutely amazing!!
jaycee10 6y agoGreat recipe! Loved the idea that I could take this summer favorite and make it in the oven. Made this recipe exactly per the instructions. A 4 lb chicken took 90 min. This recipe is a keeper!
Dadwillcook 6y agoNever tried beer can chicken in the oven, very cool indeed. I used a southern rub I found for Bbq Whole Chicken (34317). Rubbed the chicken and let it sit in fridge about 2 hours. Thanks for a great idea.
Reddeercook 6y agoThe BEST!! chicken ever. Also works GREAT for Turkey!! I tried it out for some friends and it was the best Turkey they ever had, perfect for the holidays!! Just double up on the marinade mix.
couljewel 7y ago[I posted this recipe.]