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Old 04-08-2005, 02:49 PM   #1
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Still looks good! Put any rub on the birds?
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Bob, I have one stand...cans work fine by themselves too!
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What kind of beer cans were they?
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Old 04-08-2005, 06:13 PM   #4
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The beer cans have to be the same kind Steve Raichlen uses in order for it to
be real Beer Can Chicken. Anything else is a cheap imitation.
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I'm guessing that getting that is like trying to get Jim Minion's Chile recipe!

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What kind of beer cans were they?
I'm guessing that getting that is like trying to get Jim Minion's Chile recipe!

The beers were "JW Dundees Honey Brown". An absolutely dreadful beer that has no real value except to be simmered under a chicken. I thought the cloying sweetness found in the actual brew would be lessened in the chicken cook. It was, thank God. Again, they were moist and tasty, but no better than other birds I have done. A nice show but too much work for a crowd.
You see now, I like that beer for a commercial, mass produced beer. In a pinch, it's better than say, Miller lite!
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The beer cans have to be the same kind Steve Raichlen uses in order for it to
be real Beer Can Chicken. Anything else is a cheap imitation.
We all know Raichlen didn't invent that.... Right? #-o
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