Sure, you can do it the hard way, but if you want moist, flavorful chicken without looking like a savage, try the Steven Raichlen Beer-Can Chicken Rack ($30). Made from durable, easy-to-clean stainless steel, this rack and matching drip pan can hold a beer can or the included canister filled with wine, fruit juice, flavored broth, or other goodies — ensuring the bird stays juice while imparting flavor — while the metal pan collects juices for making gravy or just to avoid flare-ups. Don't shove a beer can up a chicken's ass without it.
This one is pretty self-explanatory. Made from a repurposed whiskey barrel, the Whiskey Barrel BBQ Pit ($950) features a metal interior and rack to keep the barrel from burning, and, well, not a lot else, except for the satisfaction that comes from grilling something in a whiskey barrel while drinking a glass of whiskey.