If you want to have a delicious tasting turkey for the holidays, then why not try cooking a beer-in-the-rear turkey? Also known as beer-can turkey, this is a great way to roast or grill turkey. The result will be a succulent, moist bird, oozing with delightful juices. RELATED ARTICLES
5 Delicious Recipes for Beer Can Turkey

In case you're not too sure what beer-in-the-rear turkey is all about, below are the answers to some commonly-asked questions.
What's the best recipe? The key here is just to stick with the basics. There are some things that you will need, but you can play around with the seasonings you like, and also make a rub to go along with the turkey.
What's the benefit of cooking a beer-in-the-rear turkey? For one thing, the beer will help to keep the bird tender by steaming the inside while cooking. This will leave you with a moist, delicious-tasting turkey. If you've ever had a problem getting the breast of the turkey moist, then using this method will solve that problem once and for all.
What kind of beer should I use? You can use any kind you like. But if you really want your turkey to have a great taste, then add some herbs and spices to the beer; this will make it even more special. 
Will the turkey taste like beer? For all of you out there who don't like beer, there's no need to worry because it won't. You will not be disappointed by the juicy delectable-tasting turkey.
Do I need to purchase any special equipment? No. You just have to ensure that the bird is kept upright during cooking. Having said that, there are supplies on the market like the Stainless Steel Beer Can Turkey Cooker, which are specially designed to cook beer-in-the-rear turkey. The cooker can be used in the oven or on the grill, and holds a 12 ounce beer can. Using a cooker can make clean-up much easier after cooking.
Now that we have all that covered, here's a good beer-in-the-rear turkey recipe you can try.
Ingredients
? 1 8-10 lb turkey
? 1 can of your favorite beer
? Selection of herbs - basil, oregano, thyme
Brine 
? 1 cup Kosher salt
? 1/2 cup brown sugar
? 1/2 gallon water
The turkey can be brined overnight. For the turkey rub you can include your favorite ingredients like paprika, onion powder, cumin, thyme, garlic powder and black pepper.
Pour out some of the beer so that you can add the marinade and the herbs into the can. The can should be about half full; this will allow the ingredients to steam quickly. Mix the rub and apply liberally to the turkey. Once seasoned, set the can on the cooking surface and carefully lower the turkey over it. Sprinkle with olive oil and place in the oven or on the grill. Cook for about 3 hours, or until meat temperature is about 165 degrees.
Using this technique will add a whole new flavor to the turkey, and will also prevent it from drying out. So while beer-in-the-rear turkey might be a funny name, it makes a seriously delicious turkey!
If you want to have a delicious tasting turkey for the holidays, then why not try cooking a beer-in-the-rear turkey? Also known as beer-can turkey, this is a great way to roast or grill turkey. The result will be a succulent, moist bird, oozing with delightful juices. 

In case you're not too sure what beer-in-the-rear turkey is all about, below are the answers to some commonly-asked questions.
What's the best recipe? The key here is just to stick with the basics. There are some things that you will need, but you can play around with the seasonings you like, and also make a rub to go along with the turkey.
What's the benefit of cooking a beer-in-the-rear turkey? For one thing, the beer will help to keep the bird tender by steaming the inside while cooking. This will leave you with a moist, delicious-tasting turkey. If you've ever had a problem getting the breast of the turkey moist, then using this method will solve that problem once and for all.
What kind of beer should I use? You can use any kind you like. But if you really want your turkey to have a great taste, then add some herbs and spices to the beer; this will make it even more special. 
Will the turkey taste like beer? For all of you out there who don't like beer, there's no need to worry because it won't. You will not be disappointed by the juicy delectable-tasting turkey.
Do I need to purchase any special equipment? No. You just have to ensure that the bird is kept upright during cooking. Having said that, there are supplies on the market like the Stainless Steel Beer Can Turkey Cooker, which are specially designed to cook beer-in-the-rear turkey. The cooker can be used in the oven or on the grill, and holds a 12 ounce beer can. Using a cooker can make clean-up much easier after cooking.
Now that we have all that covered, here's a good beer-in-the-rear turkey recipe you can try.
Ingredients
? 1 8-10 lb turkey
? 1 can of your favorite beer
? Selection of herbs - basil, oregano, thyme
Brine 
? 1 cup Kosher salt
? 1/2 cup brown sugar
? 1/2 gallon water
The turkey can be brined overnight. For the turkey rub you can include your favorite ingredients like paprika, onion powder, cumin, thyme, garlic powder and black pepper.
Pour out some of the beer so that you can add the marinade and the herbs into the can. The can should be about half full; this will allow the ingredients to steam quickly. Mix the rub and apply liberally to the turkey. Once seasoned, set the can on the cooking surface and carefully lower the turkey over it. Sprinkle with olive oil and place in the oven or on the grill. Cook for about 3 hours, or until meat temperature is about 165 degrees.
Using this technique will add a whole new flavor to the turkey, and will also prevent it from drying out. So while beer-in-the-rear turkey might be a funny name, it makes a seriously delicious turkey!