I came up with this marinade recipe as a last minute solution to having family over to christen the new grill. We had a ton of beer left over from a party and the rest of it just pantry staples. I used a can of Coors Light but I think this would taste good with pale ale as well. It needs something light but flavorful. Although it would be fun to play with seasonal pumpkin beer or a stout just to see how it would alter the flavor.
This is a super easy recipe to make and it’s great for the grill. The flavor is subtle but the rosemary really stands out.
Grills vary widely from model to model and from gas to charcoal so it can be confusing to tell if your food is cooked thoroughly. If you are unsure of the doneness of your chicken, make sure to use a meat thermometer (chicken is cooked at 165 degrees).