Total Time
40mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 30 mins

This chicken is fantastic! I have an indoor grill that I use in the winter season, and I make this chicken quite often....don't forget to marinade the chicken before grilling, as it won't have the same flavour. Note: prep time, does not include marinating the chicken.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Combine butter, beer, lemon juice, garlic and lemon pepper.
  2. Pour over chicken pieces, and cover; store in refrigerater 4-6 hours to marinate.
  3. On a grill, barbecue pieces, brushing sauce over chicken as you turn them.
  4. Grill about 15-20 mins per side.
Most Helpful

5 5

Very good! The chicken was tender and moist. Since we are not beer drinkers, I had purchased a can just to try it in this recipe. The flavor was very good and next time I make it, I will also cut back on the butter. We used chicken breast. Thanks for sharing.

4 5

I ended up using chicken drumsticks ( our favorite cut and budget friendly) and only made half the marinade... after reading the reviews I decided to cut down on the amount of butter and lemon juice... I think I used two large juicy lemons and only 2-3 TBS of butter... I added both granulated garlic and minced fresh since we love garlic. The butter thickened up immediately after adding in the beer so I massaged the legs with it before letting it marinate for 4 hours. We ran out of gas on our grill so I had to broil these in the oven. They had a lovely lemon-y beer taste and crispy skin. I know they would be even better on the grill so we will be making them again soon... thanks!!!

5 5

I did half the recipe (half the marinade) But I think there was too much marinade. Next time I'll reduce the marinade. For half the marinade, it was 3/4 cup lemon juice but I used only 1/2 cup which was perfect. I used a Stella Artois beer. But next time I'll use a stronger beer. I used garlic in a jar. And since I don't have lemon pepper, I omitted it. The taste is wonderful. We all loved it. Thanks Kit. Made for Zaar Star Game.

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