Stainless Steel Beer Can Roaster

5.00 out of 5
(2 customer reviews)

Fill Stainless Steel Beer Can Roaster tube with beer, wine, fruit juice, soda, or water and herbs to infuse chicken with moisture and flavor. Use in over or on gas or charcoal grill. Instructions and 4 recipes included. Dishwasher safe.


Never have dry chicken again!

  • Stainless Steel construction.
  • Tube can be filled with beer, wine, fruit juice, soda, or water and herbs.
  • Chicken is infused with moisture and flavor from tube.
  • Instructions and 4 recipes included.
  • 6" x 6" x 5"
  • Use in oven or on grill - gas or charcoal.
  • Dishwasher safe.
  • Made in China.
5.00 out of 5
(2 customer reviews)

2 reviews for Stainless Steel Beer Can Roaster

  1. 5 out of 5

    Carl J. (verified owner)

    So far we’ve used the roaster with dark brown beer and Sangria wine. Both chickens turned out delicious with crispy outsides and moist (even the breast) insides. We cooked the birds to an internal temp of 180 degrees (at the deepest part of the thigh). The beer “roaster” was cooked at 400 (came out the crispest) and the Sangria “roaster” was cooked at 350, on a gas grill, cover down, as per the instuctions included with the product (watch those wings!). We turned the tray 180 degrees every 30 minutes until done. Our next venture is with unsweetened apple juice (made from frozen concentrate). I guess it goes without saying, we love this Camerons cooking device! P.S…we also cooked baked potatoes on the device while roasting the hens, which were also delicious.

  2. 5 out of 5

    L. Seeley (verified owner)

    I’ve only used it once, but it worked great. The stainless steel is a fairly heavy guage metal so it should last awhile. The “can” which the chicken sits on is not the size of a beer can. It is a stainless cylinder 2″ in diameter and almost 5″ tall. The pan is 11″ in diameter and the cylinder screws onto the pan.

    It is easy to use and easy to clean. The potato spikes are easily removeable, yet will securely hold the spuds on the pan.

    It works as advertised and contains all the liquid which drips off the chicken, keeping the fat out of your BBQ and preventing flare-ups.

    I had never done a “beer-can” chicken before. My first try turned out wonderful. This item really made it easy. I haven’t tried, but I do believe it would hold a small to medium-sized turkey or duck.

    Before you buy, make sure it will fit into your BBQ and allow you to close the lid. I assumed it would fit into mine. It amost does, but the lid is cracked open just a tiny bit. No problem getting the chicken cooked, but if your BBQ is a little on the small size, it might present a real issue, so measure before you order.

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