Beer Marinaded Chicken Drums

Ferryman’s Gold Marinated Chicken Drums

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These delicious beer-marinated drumsticks are aromatic and zesty, and can be barbecued, grilled or baked in the oven!

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Ingredients

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  • 6 to 8 Chicken drumsticks
  • 175ml Loddon Brewery Ferryman’s Gold
  • 2tbsp Chopped parsley
  • 4 Cloves of garlic (crushed)
  • 2tbsp Runny honey
  • Juice of ½ a lime
  • 2tbsp Molasses
  • 2tsp Sea salt flakes
  • 1tsp Chilli sauce
  • 2tbsp Natural Greek yoghurt
  • 1tsp Dried/fresh thyme
  • 1tsp Smoked paprika
  • 1tsp Onion salt

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Method

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  1. Mix all the ingredients really well together
  2. Rinse and pat dry the drumsticks
  3. Place in a zip lock bag and add the marinade – seal tightly
  4. Shake the bag periodically to make sure the drumsticks are fully coated
  5. Marinate for at least two hours – better overnight, if possible
  6. Light the grill or barbecue to heat up
  7. Cook the chicken for 25-30 minutes, turning every so often
  8. When the chicken is cooked, it should reach a temperature of 170F or 77C. If you are not sure poke a knife through the flesh to the bone, and when the juices run perfectly clear the meat is cooked.
  9. Serve with golden jacket potatoes and a green salad.

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