Did you guys brine this bird?
Great video guys. Can't wait to make this myself!
Good video and I like that beer can contraption. Funny though, how beer can chicken was kind of a nice, cheap way to smoke a bird, but now we're complicating that with a $30 piece of equipment. haha Regardless, probably going to pick one of those things up. Great video Chef Tom, bird looks delicious.
Would you ever consider doing a video on whole roast hog over a spit?
Chef Tom rocking Chance the Rapper's cap
The BBQ sauce ruins it… Those sauces have such an intense flavour, that you're not gonna taste the beer OR the rub. Shame.
Yoo I'm loving the chance cap
That fillable canister is really nice. Gonna have to get me one.
Done a few beer can chickens but this makes me want to do another one. Good Video today
awesome video , but can I substitute the beer with vegetable or chicken broth ?
Love your beard! Best regards from Germany!
@allthingsbbq do you guys have a brick and mortar establishment there in Wichita?I'm in Tulsa but go up there all the time for work. would love to come try this food in person man!
sweet tip with warming the beer first. I've always gotten uneven cooking when I do this so I started spatchcocking my chicken per your method. I'll definitely try this tip next time thanks
Thanks for all the videos and ideas!
Lol, finding a way to make beer can chicken a little fancier with that contraption. Great vid as always
You should do a smoked chuck roast for BBQ pulled beef
I've never seen better looking chicken
link the chicken stand. also can you show us a Making Bacon recipe? love all your work!
looks delicious can't wait to try this! @allthingsbbq
Yep, preheat the beer. Still like the ceramic sitters better, the ceramic bottom directly on the grill keeps the liquid boiling inside the chicken.
a little tip: make a little bit Liquid (beer or apple juice) in the Stand. you can better clean the Stand and make a dip from the Liquid and fat mix from the Chicken
hm, I've never rubbed beneath the skin. Good tip! Thanks.
Great video as always. Do you guys ever bbg rotisserie?
great video! quick question, how do you know which rubs taste good mixed together? and how do you know how much to mix?
id eat the shit outa that bird
I see you with that Chance 3 hat boy Respect !
I'm definitely trying out this recipe soon, I already have the Yardbird rub actually. Thank you for all of these awesome videos!!
New flavor profile fo sho
Where can I get one of those beer can chicken racks?
how to take the fun out of bbq
Chef Tom is the man! Love all the vids. He should come hang in Lawrence, KS. Great food scene up here
hello, thanks for the awesome recipe! can you please tell me where to buy those nice gloves? thanks again!!
Any adaptations necessary for a gas grill? Sadly I don't have access to charcoal or a smoker 🙁
Chef Tom, where can I get that beer can holder stand thing?
Chef Tom!The bird looks so good.Where can I get some of those rubs and sauces? Thanks
At which restaurant does chef tom cook, love to visit it someday
I love this barbecue…greetings from south brazil
32 oz crowler? Would've died if you attempted to put a crowler in the bird! I'm a huge craft beer snob so any more tips on how to cook with beer and beer pairings would be awesome for some n00bs watching.
Chance the Rapper hat, I love it!!!! Nice recipe man
Last beer can chicken I smoked I used a rub with more sugars to caramelize the skin but didn't really like the sweet with the chicken and I smoked it at 300°F, the skin wasn't crispy enough for my taste. Does smoking it at 350°F crisp it? or is it still on the softer side with a just a darker color?
I love learning about the sauces and seasoning mixes you use. Maybe you could do some videos taking us on a tour of the sauces and seasonings you use sometime and how they match the flavor profiles you're aiming for.
Thanks for making me hungry even though I just got home from lunch.
Beer Can Chicken is so overrated… lol…
Appreciate all your vids and awesome recipes. You sold a YS640 – purchased this morning. Ive watched every video about the YS series at least a half dozen times but watching all your recipes turn out awesome is what finally sold me over others Ive been looking at. You've proven the YS to be a one stop shop for all methods of grilling/BBQ. I only hope my food turns out half as good as you make yours look. Thanks!
Love the videos guys!!! Would love to see your version of BBQ baked beans!!! Keep up the good videos!!!
Question for you. At the end of the cook how much beer was left in the canister?
What is the brand of your knives? Greetings from Cyprus man!! Really enjoying your videos!!
All you do with this method is just waste a beer.
allthingsbbq seriously needs a show on television! such great videos!
Would you ever consider cooking on a bbq/smoker grill like 'the good one' bbq grill? It's not an offset grill, yet you can smoke and grill steak at the same time. I'm very interested in this grill so I was wondering if that maybe you might have one on the way.
MVP for the chance hat
Do u have a substitute for the beer… it's kinda hard to get that beer
Just finished watching about half of your vids today….excellent! As someone who is seriously considering buying a YS640, I noticed on the majority of your cooks on the Yoder that you always use the top rack??? Can you explain why?
Awesome video! However, sauce on the side for me, I love the crispy skin. The sauce may make it soft.
where can I get one of those beer canisters with the stand/drip tray you have in the video.. ? thanx I Advance for the help
Why not low n slow at 225? Is it basically to crisp up the skin?
i would love to see you do some lamb ribs
Awesome video! So glad I found your channel!
I had to pause the video when I saw the awesome beer canister chicken holster…I want one
I lost respect for your channel watching you promote this horrible technique. The average person does not have a fancy holder like you use so they will be sticking an actual beer can up inside. The ink on the can is not food rated so all that great ink will be flavoring your chicken instead. The beer will not be getting hot enough to actually evaporate and flavor any part of the chicken. 90% of the can is in contact with the chicken so there will no flavor contact whatsoever. Save the beer and don't risk serving you loved ones food that will get them sick.
HWhat knife did you use in this video?
I need these rubs for my BBQ in the UK. Do they ship internationally?
He sounds like Zach Galifianakis
Wow mind bomb! Thx Tom?
You sir are a master bbq chief.
I like to brine the chicken before sharing the beer with it. Fresh herbs from the garden are a nice touch too. Will have to try the lemon and perhaps lime and orange peel. Thanks for the heads up on warming the mixture as well!!
I really really love your videos!!! Greetings from Austria 🙂
Beer can chicken is a myth, kinda. Finished temp for chicken is 160-170 f. Boiling temp of water is 212 f. You will not get the evaporation and extra moisture if you don’t bring the beer to a boil before putting it in the chicken right before it goes on the grill. This isn’t a shit post, I love the channel.
Best bbq channel ever! haven't seen one thing that i don't like! except when you called the top attached tenderloin roast a chatubriand… but your still the shit Chef TOM
How do I go about using a charcoal grill?
It’s cool and all but beercan chicken has been roundly debunked
Great video! How do you prevent the breast from overcooking while the legs are still raw?
what kind of gloves do you use to cook with? …is there a video on glove usage somewhere? lol
Indeed – great recipe! @Chef Tom: how do you reach internal temp of 165 in 2h? I tried on the big green egg, a 3.5 pound bird reached 170 in barely 40min! (Several thormometers poked at the thickest part of the breast, bird level temp 350, dome temp 390, deflector in place)
Love the warm beer tip, definitely a must for BCC!
I love to try different herbs with these beer can recipes. I have recently used a can of the Jim Beam cola with herbs added. Thanks for the video.
"Girlfriend" sounds like a beer for women and ,ironically, gay niggas
I'm happy to see that he preheats the beer before putting the chicken on that is the most important step
I have a lemon butter injection. Do you think that would work with this as well?
Looks great. I have only done one and need to try another one. I like the idea of the lemon peel. Keep smokinig
That's looks Great!! I did my first beer can chicken today and it came out pretty good. My question is, how can I get the meat seasoned down to the bone?
Seriously you smothered all those flavours with bbq sauce. 🤔
Slow burn bbq out of maryland. Very good
P&R farms slow burn and marylina Sooo good
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