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Unread 04-26-2013, 08:19 PM   #1
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This was my first time smoking a chicken with a beer can. Man was it good and moist. Plus the beer was good too!
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Unread 04-26-2013, 08:22 PM   #2
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The beer was Dale's Pale Ale.
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Nice looking chicken....
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Nice indeed!
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That looks so good. What did you use for seasoning and how long did you cook it for?
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Looks great!
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I used a bunch of stuff. Started with Olive Oil, then some Dizzy Dust, and a little Kosher Salt and Pepper. Cooked until I got an internal temp of 165.
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Cool thanks. I'm new to this but did you have to refuel or is one chimney full of coals enough?
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I'd hit that, looks great.
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nice. i love dales. chix awesome as well.
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Cool thanks. I'm new to this but did you have to refuel or is one chimney full of coals enough?
No refueling. The egg can cook for a long time.
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Looks great. Just bought 2 stands on sale at Menards for $2 a piece. Hoping to maybe do a couple real soon.
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Nice looking Chook mate,
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Looks good! Next try plugging the neck hole with something suppose to keep the chicken more moist. I have used a apple, orange, onion or potatoe before they all worked good.
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I've done several of these and they have always turned out well
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