Chef Frank Miller’s Beer Can Chicken Recipe

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  1. I applaud you for advertising Miller but actually keeping the video completely about the chicken. Too many YouTubers spend time talking about the sponsored product and end up neglecting everything else. That's a cheers from this guy. Gonna make this soon.

  2. So, I'm going to do some drunken chicken this evening and I'm sticking w/ this recipe for the most part, but I'm going to do a few things a little different. Starting off, I'm just using some basic store bought seasonings by McCormick for the skin of the chicken. I'm going w/ Montreal Chicken on one bird, and chipotle and roasted garlic on the other. For the beer, I'm going w/ Budweiser (16 oz). I'm sticking w/ the butter, garlic, habenero peppers, and Old Bay seasoning. Now, getting to the sauce… I'm understanding that now the "thick" Worcestershire sauce is no more, but taking its place is a "bold" steak sauce by Lea & Perrins. Well, I'm not using that either, so I'm going to use some regular Lea & Perrins Worcestershire sauce, the contents of the cans after cooking, some molasses, and ketchup. I figure by not having the "thick" Worcestershire it's going to be a little runny on the sauce, so I intend on thickening it up a little w/ flour if/as needed. I'll let you all know how it turns out. I have a good feeling about it.

  3. By far the best beer can chicken recipe that I have ever done. This one I made about 8 times each time our guest love it. Just watching it again to refresh we have 6 people over tonight and I am making this. We grow our own chickens so this is even better with home grown chickens. Frank it has been a long time for a video please get some new stuff out there. Summer is coming and I need more great recipes. Thank you jim

  4. Looks like a terrific recipe and I simply cannot wait to try it with the seasonings in the beer. But I'm still a bit uncomfortable not knowing what ever became of the 20% of the beer that was drained out of the cans prior to adding the seasoning and peppers,,, and can only hope it wasn't poured down the drain.

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