Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Cave Tools Beer Can Chicken Review

I received the Cave Tools Beer Can Chicken free to facilitate this review. Affiliate links may be in this posting. Thanks for supporting my blog.

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Beer Can Chicken Features:
  • Works in the Oven or on The Barbecue.
  • Handles The Largest Chickens - Wide stainless steel base will never tip over under a large bird.
  • Includes 4 Vegetable Spikes for Grilling Potatoes and Corn on the Side.
  • Stainless Steel Canister can be used for Beer, Wine, Cider, Sake, Soda, Orange Juice, Dressing, Marinade, and any other liquid & herb combination you can think up.
  • Healthier Choice. Canister is 100% safe stainless steel unlike traditional aluminum cans which give off unhealthy chemicals when heated.
  • No More Struggling To Remove the Can From the Chicken - Unique locking mechanism keeps canister in place while you remove the chicken. Unlike other locking mechanisms your can has a flat bottom so it doesn't tip over when you place it on the table.
  • Extra Deep Drip Tray Never Overflows With Rendered Fat and Juices.
  • Entire Grilling Set is 100% Dishwasher Safe for Easy Cleanup.
  • Comes with Free BBQ Recipe Book Download: Covers Step-by-Step DIY Barbecue Sauces, Ribs, Chicken, Fish, Steak, Veggies, Kabobs & More to become a Grill Master for the Family!
  • Lifetime Satisfaction Guarantee.

Cave Tools Beer Can Chicken comes out tender and juicy.

Our Thoughts:
I used the Cave Tools Beer Can Chicken product with a 4.3 pound chicken and placed Root Beer in the stainless steel can it came with after locking it in place and then placed the lid with the holes on it. The chicken was already thawed and ready to go. After I took out the giblets and neck I rubbed some Spike seasoning and a special blend of herbs I made on the outside of the chicken and placed the chicken onto the can holding it by the wings as it was lowered onto the canister. I noticed that the chicken was very stable on the product. I also put potatoes which I had poked with a fork first onto the 4 skewers that went on each side. I used my oven to cook the bird because it has been raining here in Oregon. I took out all but one rack, placed it at the lowest setting in the oven, and preheated the oven to 375°. I baked the chicken in the oven for about an hour and a half. When I got it out with my oven mitts it was the perfect internal temperature and when I sliced the meat it was juicy and very tender.

I loved the Cave Tools Beer Can Chicken better than other beer can products I have seen or tried. I loved how the chicken was so easy to get on and off the can. Since it locked into place it didn't get stuck inside the chicken. Since the canister has more holes in the top than a regular can it steamed the chicken evenly from the inside out making it perfect. The tray caught all the drippings and didn't make a mess in my oven. I also gave the cooled off drippings to my dog over his dog food so to not waste it and he loved it. You could also make it into a good gravy for your baked potatoes. The rack that held the can and sat in the tray was well built and made the chicken very stable so it didn't fall over or wobble. The veggie spikes were a very handy addition so that I could cook potatoes, corn, or another veggie at the same time as the chicken. This was a bit more difficult to clean by hand because of the grease, but if I had a dish washer machine I could see that it would be a breeze.

The chicken was very moist and delicious. My family and guests said it was the best chicken they have ever had. The Root Beer didn't give it too much of a Root Beer flavor, but it sure did make it nice and juicy on the inside and crispy skin on the outside. I am excited to try other liquids in the canister...I might try Ginger Beer or OJ next time. Half a canister seems to do the trick. Once the weather here gets a little nicer I would like to try it on my grill outside. I am very happy with the Cave Tools Beer Can Chicken and highly recommend it!

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Cave Tools Coupon Code: Beer Can Chicken 15% Off: BEERCAN15

DISCLOSURE/DISCLAIMER: I received this product for free to facilitate this review. My thoughts are mine and my family's own opinion and have not been altered by anyone else. I did not receive any other compensation for doing this review. Affiliate links can be found in this post. Thank you for your support of this blog!

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