Beer-can chicken is a favorite with everyone that loves crispy, moist, and savory chicken.
No one knows the history of Beer Can chicken or who thought up this awesome cooking method, but, Beer Can chicken has been extremely popular across the south for many, many years.
The concept is simple enough. You place a whole chicken atop a half filled beer can, and place it on the grill, or in the oven. Steam is created as the beer inside the can heats up.
The steam rises, carrying with it the flavor from your beer, and saturating every inch of the Sittin Chicken from the inside out.
The steam keeps the inside of the chicken moist, while the surrounding heat creates a nice crispy texture on the outside of the chicken.
This is a slow cook process taking up to 1 hour cooking time at 275 degrees, per pound of chicken. If you have ever tasted beer can chicken, you know that the end result is a unique crispy, moist, and savory chicken that will have everyone coming back for more.
Being wider at the bottom than the top the Sittin Chicken is stable enough to hold a four pound chicken, and its brother, our Sittin Turkey, can easily hold an 18 pound turkey. The Sittin Chicken is not a beer can, and you can re-use it time, and time again for years.
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NOTE: Ceramic is fired to 2000° during the process. So, they can do just fine in the oven or the pit. The only problem would you would encounter would be by placing them directly on the heat source. That would heat them unevenly, make them stress and probably crack.
Place your chicken on a throne!