Set up your smoker for cooking at 275°F if possible. If your smoker will not heat to that temperature, then normal smoking temperatures (225-240°F) will work fine.
Use indirect heat (most smokers are designed for this by default).
Once the smoker is ready, place the chicken on the smoker grate and let it smoke cook until it reaches 165°F in the the thickest part of each piece. This should take about 1 hour but watch the temperature carefully as the times will vary from smoker to smoker and depending on how often you open the lid, how cold the chicken entered the smoker and even weather.
About 15 minutes before the chicken is finished, brush on the beer barbecue glaze (recipe below)
Beer Barbecue Glaze
TBS Jeff's barbecue sauce (purchase recipes here)
/4 cup beer
Stir well to combine. You can make it more thick or thin by changing the ratio of sauce to beer.