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Shiner Bock Fried Chicken Recipe

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Enjoy a crispy fried chicken made with a fabulous beer. This Shiner Bock Fried Chicken is sure to make the taste buds tingle.
Shiner Bock Fried Chicken
What is more delicious than fried chicken? Here in Texas, fried chicken is a staple and you can find it on just about every corner. There are many different types of fried chicken and so many recipes that every day of the week you can use a different recipe and never have the same fried chicken twice.
One of my most favorite recipes calls for beer. Now, before you go saying anything the beer does wonders for the chicken. It has a lot of yeast in it, which makes it the perfect bonding agent for the flour mixture. The other day, my boyfriend was drinking a Shiner Bock after work and he said “Man, this would taste delicious with some chicken”. After perking up and hearing the word chicken I decided I needed to make my own version of a friend chicken using the Shiner Bock Beer. SO I am excited to introduce to you my delicious Shiner Bock Fried Chicken.
To make my delicious Shiner Bock Fried Chicken, you will need the following ingredients:
  • 3 cups flour
  • 1 T pepper
  • 1 T Season-All
  • 1/2 t poultry seasoning or 1/2 cube poultry stock
  • 1 1/2 cups flour
  • 1 t salt
  • 1/2 t pepper
  • 2 egg yolks (beaten)
  • 1 1/2 cups Shiner Bock Beer (you can use your favorite, too)
  • 3 lbs chicken
  • 1 quart vegetable oil
The directions for this perfectly fried chicken is so easy! Follow these simple instructions:
  • In a medium sized bowl, mix the first 4 ingredients together.  Set aside.
  • In another bowl, mix the next 5 ingredients together (flour, salt, pepper, egg yolk and beer).  If the batter becomes too thick and you can’t stir it easily, add more beer.
  • Heat oil to 350 degrees.  After you cut your chicken into the pieces you want, run cold water over them.  Take each piece and coat in the first flour mixture, then in the beer batter, and again in the flour mixture.
  • Place in deep fryer or pan, and fry each piece for about 15 minutes, or until they are golden brown (or darker if you like it crunchier!).  Pat dry with paper towels, and serve with your favorite dipping sauce!

Shiner Bock Fried Chicken

I hope you enjoyed my Shiner Bock Fried Chicken! It is a huge hit in my house. If you make it, share it with us on Facebook!

28 Comments

  1. Karen Glatt Reply

    I am going to make this really amazing recipe called – Shiner Bock Fried Chicken! It looks easy to make and so juicy and delicious. My family will love it!

  2. That looks so good! It seems relatively easy to make too. Thanks!

  3. Kathy Ross Reply

    This sounds so good. It doesn’t really sound very difficult to make either. Thanks!

  4. Dotty J Boucher Reply

    I don’t think I have ever made bock fried chicken before , This does look delicous, I wouldn’t mind
    trying it with my own beer.
    @tisonlyme143

  5. We have chicken a lot! But like you mentioned above, there are so many chicken recipes!!
    BUT I just had to pin this right away, because this is going to be my next chicken dinner!!
    This recipe reminds me of a beer batter fish dinner that I made and it was delicious!! So I know this one will taste great also!!
    Thank you for sharing!

  6. gloria patterson Reply

    I have to admit I never would have thought of beer in chicken. But heck this looks so good I cannot get that beer but I am going to try this recipe

  7. vickie couturier Reply

    my grandkids loved fried chicken they would love this

  8. Nancy Loring Reply

    I usually add seasoning to my flour but I never thought to add poultry seasoning. Good Idea. Is any particular beer your favorite to use? I am not a beer drinker more of a frozen mudslide kind of girl .

  9. Mary Gardner Reply

    Here in NC we have fried chicken everywhere as well. This looks like a great recipe and I am excited to try it. Thanks!

  10. Lisa Garland Reply

    Oh, I bet that is good. Never put beer in fried chicken but would definitely try. Looks great!

  11. Christina A. Reply

    That sounds sinfully amazing!! We live about 45 minutes from Shiner, TX so more than familiar with this beer!

  12. Angela Saver Reply

    This looks delicious! I’m sure my family will love this! Pinned!

  13. This looks like amazing fried chicken! I am pinning this now because my mouth is watering for this…big time!

    • Jeni Hawkins Reply

      It’s seriously amazing and the batter is nice and THICK and flavorful!

  14. WE used to make a beer can chicken where you put the whle chicken over the beer can to roast in the oven. This would be the fried alternative.

  15. gloria patterson Reply

    Now this is something I would really enjoy eating. Funny when I looked at the picture my first though was onion coating looks like that.

  16. I have never had this kind of chicken but I sure want to!

  17. Mary Gardner Reply

    I know that it isn’t uncommon to use beer in a batter but it is something I have never tried making before. This looks great so I will give it a try. Thanks for sharing.

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