Beer Can Chicken Is Pretty Damn Easy

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Took the chicken out of the package, quick rinse and pat dry with paper towels followed by a spritz of olive oil and dusting of McCormick Montreal Chicken Seasoning.

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The reservoir at the bottom of the stand holds about a half a can of beer.

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Some foil underneath to catch drippings.  A full chimney of lit charcoal in Weber charcoal baskets split on opposite sides of the charcoal grate with the foil liner in between.  Chicken standing up in the middle between the baskets.

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Vents wide open.  Totate chicken 90 degrees after 30 minutes.  It’s done when the chicken reaches an internal temp of 145 degrees in the thick part of the breast.

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