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Grain Mill suggestions? Monster Mill vs. Barley Crusher

Monster Mill vs. Barley Crusher. I have searched for previous threads on this but most are pretty old so I figured I would make a new one. I've been doing a lot of research and am trying to decide on a grain mill to purchase. I'm currently torn between the Barley Crusher ($140ish before shipping) and a 3 roller Monster Mill ($240ish before

Barley Crusher vs. Monster Malt Mill HomeBrewTalk

Oct 22, 2010 Barley Crusher vs. Monster Malt Mill. Thread starter eager_brewer; Start date Oct 22, 2010; Help Support Homebrew Talk: E. eager_brewer Face down on the floor Lifetime Supporter. Joined Mar 5, 2007 Messages 221 Reaction score 2 Location Northern VT. Oct 22, 2010 #1

Monster Brewing Hardware Grain Mills for Home Brewers

Monster Brewing Hardware, manufacturer of the Monster Mill, creates hand crafted grain mills for commercial breweries, and hard core home brewers. Our mills are specifically designed to grind grist for making beer at home. We offer four different model mills including our massive MM3-Pro with heat treated rollers that can run a small brewery

The Best Homebrew Malts Mills For Crushing Grain [2021]

If you want professional quality construction and perfectly crushed malt, invest in the Ss Grain Mill. The Monster Mill MM3 is also a great mill. The three-roller design will get you a consistent crush and great mash efficiency every brew. For the budget option, you can’t go wrong with The Barley Crusher. If you are an occasional homebrewer

Size comparison of 3 models of Monster Mill YouTube

Aug 27, 2013 monsterbrewinghardwareA quick video showing the size difference between the MM2 MM2-2.0 and MM3-2.0 barley mills from Monster Brewing Hardware. Only

What motor should I get for my barley crusher? Community

Sep 24, 2013 When I received my monster mill 2.0 with hardened steel rollers, the first thing I noticed was how much more heavy duty it was. They second thing I noticed is that I could mill 40# of grain in no more than 2-3 minutes (if that). My barley crusher was a ford pinto compared to the lamborghini that is my monster mill.

Grain Mill for Home Brewing Beer The Barley Crusher In

Feb 27, 2014 Finally bought a grain mill to crush my malt at home rather than buying it pre-crushed or milling it at the local home brew store. Hoping that crushing the

Barley crusher not catching Northern Brewer General

Jan 07, 2015 I threw in the towel on mine and bought a Monster Mill when NB ran a 20% off sale a couple of weeks ago. I like everything about it better than the Barley Crusher bigger rollers, bigger hopper and easier to adjust the gap.

What Type of Mill Should I Get? Community BeerAdvocate

Mar 04, 2014 Thanks for the kind words sjverla. I will testify yet again that the Monster Mill is a BEAST, especially in comparison to the Barley Crusher. Performance and quality surpass it 10x over. Plus the Barley Crushers have a design flaw that results in them all eventually wearing out.

Size comparison of 3 models of Monster Mill YouTube

Aug 27, 2013 monsterbrewinghardwareA quick video showing the size difference between the MM2 MM2-2.0 and MM3-2.0 barley mills from Monster Brewing Hardware. Only

Motorizing your Mill QUAFF

Oct 02, 2012 The Mill: The first thing you need to think about is budget. This can very greatly but the #1 item is the mill itself: A) JSP Malt Mill Starts at $110, w/ 10″ rollers* B) Barley Crusher Starts at $114, w/ 5″ rollers C) Monster Mill Starts at $117, w/ 6″ rollers

6 Best Grain Mills For Brewing Beer [ 2021 ]

Jul 03, 2020 FERRODAY Stainless Steel 2 Roller Malt Mill Homebrew Grain Crusher: Large capacity, powerful knurls and adjustable clearance, a strong drill mode: 2. Monster Brewing Hardware MM3 Monster 3 Roller Mill with Base and Hopper: Heavy-duty triple-roller homebrew mill, ideal for grinding large batches, maximum mash efficiency at any volume: 3.

Malt Crush: Getting Nerdy with your Mill Accidentalis

There are many options available to the home brewer, from a Corona mill, to a more standard 2-roller and 3-roller mills with various roller sizes, hoppers and drive requirements. Monster Mill and Barley Crusher are good choices, nearly indestructible and popular with home brewers. The choice depends on your budget, system requirements (especially lautering) and any degree of automation you may

2 Roller vs 3 Roller Grain Mills Northern Brewer General

Jan 02, 2013 My next mill will probably be a Monster Mill if the Barley Crusher ever dies on me. bpbco 2012-12-28 21:10:04 UTC #7 I doubt that you would regret the decision to go with a 2 roller and spend the extra money elsewhere, at least that's been my experience.

Grain Mill for Home Brewing Beer The Barley Crusher In

Feb 27, 2014 Finally bought a grain mill to crush my malt at home rather than buying it pre-crushed or milling it at the local home brew store. Hoping that crushing the

2 Roller Pro Brewer Grain Mill Monster Brewing Hardware

Description: I started home brewing a few years ago and purchased a mill pretty early on after converting to all grain. It was cool being able to mill the grain yourself since you the shelf life was much longer. Well, that original Barley crusher mill started to get hung up

Barley crusher not catching Northern Brewer General

Jan 07, 2015 I threw in the towel on mine and bought a Monster Mill when NB ran a 20% off sale a couple of weeks ago. I like everything about it better than the Barley Crusher bigger rollers, bigger hopper and easier to adjust the gap.

Barley Crusher maintenance GARAGE BREWERS SOCIETY

Apr 08, 2011 I recently began having a problem with my Barley Crusher malt mill. basically I would pour in the grain, start the drill, and nothing would happen. It would spin but the grain wouldn't start crushing. It was starting to take a considerable amount of adjusting the gap, manually rolling the free roller backward, crossing my fingers,etc. to get it

Barley Crusher Grain Mill Crush Grains and Barley

The Original Barley Crusher MaltMill, the "Home Brewer's Best Friend" has proven to be just that. A high quality grain mill constructed using materials that will last a lifetime, 1018 Cold Rolled Steel for the rollers, 6061 Aluminum for the mill body and hopper, tool steel

Build a Quiet Home Brewing Grain Mill : 5 Steps

There are lots of good grain mills out there. A few that will work with this project are: The Barley Crusher (7 & 15lb versions) Monster Mill. Captain Crush Grain Mill. Most grain mills come with a hand crank. Removing the crank arm exposes the shaft which usually fits into the chuck of a power drill.

Monster Mill Grain Mills Northern Brewer

Monster Mill 3 roller. Upon opening the box the hopper had a slight dent due to shipping(not a huge ordeal). After reading the directions and putting everything together i had some issues on getting the gap set correctly with the 3 roller setup. After multiple times

Mind The Gap: Coarse vs. Fine Crush| exBEERiment Results

Nov 23, 2015 I am in the fine crush camp. My Barley Crusher gap is set at 0.016″ (0.4 mm.) I do get lots of grain dust in my wort, even though I use a fine mesh polyester voile bag. It all settles out in the fermenter, and after gelatin fining, I get crystal clear beer.

6 Best Grain Mills For Brewing Beer [ 2021 ]

Jul 03, 2020 FERRODAY Stainless Steel 2 Roller Malt Mill Homebrew Grain Crusher: Large capacity, powerful knurls and adjustable clearance, a strong drill mode: 2. Monster Brewing Hardware MM3 Monster 3 Roller Mill with Base and Hopper: Heavy-duty triple-roller homebrew mill

monster mill vs barley crusher Gold Ore Crusher

monster mill vs barley crusher. Barley Crusher vs. JSP Maltmill Home Brew Forums. I've made 4 batches from grains crushed in the mill. One drawback is that the shaft was not a size that I could easily find a pully for to motorize the mill. I think the truth is, any of the good 2- or 3-roller mills will give you a great crush and last for years.

2 Roller vs 3 Roller Grain Mills Northern Brewer General

Jan 02, 2013 My next mill will probably be a Monster Mill if the Barley Crusher ever dies on me. bpbco 2012-12-28 21:10:04 UTC #7 I doubt that you would regret the decision to go with a 2 roller and spend the extra money elsewhere, at least that's been my experience.

Malt Crush: Getting Nerdy with your Mill Accidentalis

There are many options available to the home brewer, from a Corona mill, to a more standard 2-roller and 3-roller mills with various roller sizes, hoppers and drive requirements. Monster Mill and Barley Crusher are good choices, nearly indestructible and popular with home brewers. The choice depends on your budget, system requirements (especially lautering) and any degree of automation you may

Build a Quiet Home Brewing Grain Mill : 5 Steps

There are lots of good grain mills out there. A few that will work with this project are: The Barley Crusher (7 & 15lb versions) Monster Mill. Captain Crush Grain Mill. Most grain mills come with a hand crank. Removing the crank arm exposes the shaft which usually fits into the chuck of a power drill.

Barley crusher not catching Northern Brewer General

Jan 07, 2015 I threw in the towel on mine and bought a Monster Mill when NB ran a 20% off sale a couple of weeks ago. I like everything about it better than the Barley Crusher bigger rollers, bigger hopper and easier to adjust the gap.

Problems with my mill BeerSmith

Oct 07, 2013 Monster Mills website, or somewheres I read lately.. said the non-hardened version rollers haven't worn out at 68,000 lbs. I gotta imagine the hardened rollers would be a lifetime without wearing out. On the other hand, the Barley Crusher seems riddled with complaints. I read the rollers are smaller diameter (less grain gripping surface).

Barley Crusher Grain Mill Crush Grains and Barley

The Original Barley Crusher MaltMill, the "Home Brewer's Best Friend" has proven to be just that. A high quality grain mill constructed using materials that will last a lifetime, 1018 Cold Rolled Steel for the rollers, 6061 Aluminum for the mill body and hopper, tool steel

Barley Crusher maintenance GARAGE BREWERS SOCIETY

Apr 08, 2011 I recently began having a problem with my Barley Crusher malt mill. basically I would pour in the grain, start the drill, and nothing would happen. It would spin but the grain wouldn't start crushing. It was starting to take a considerable amount of adjusting the gap, manually rolling the free roller backward, crossing my fingers,etc. to get it

Mind The Gap: Coarse vs. Fine Crush| exBEERiment Results

Nov 23, 2015 I am in the fine crush camp. My Barley Crusher gap is set at 0.016″ (0.4 mm.) I do get lots of grain dust in my wort, even though I use a fine mesh polyester voile bag. It all settles out in the fermenter, and after gelatin fining, I get crystal clear beer.

Kegco KM11GM-3R Grain Mill 11 lb Hopper and 3 Rollers

I've owned Barley Crusher and recently a Cereal Killer mills. Both are 2 roller mills with smaller diameter aluminum rollers. I bought this mill because the Cereal Killer was tearing up the grain husks and I was getting slow sparges and almost stuck mashes on

Beer Brewing Grain Mills — Northern Brewer

Monster Mill Grain Mills from $209.99 Includes roller assembly, base, and steel hopper just add a corded electric drill or a crank handle for the ultimate in pre-mash gristing experie...

Beer Forum • View topic VALLEY GRAIN MILL

Feb 06, 2010 That being said I've been really happy with my Barley Crusher, not sure how much they cost now bought mine about 4 years ago. jeffbones Posts: 59 Joined: Wed Jan 30, 2008 10:19 pm Location: dallas . Re: VALLEY GRAIN MILL. Fri Feb 05, 2010 8:34 pm. I used my Valley Mill for years before motorizing a Monster Mill, and this price is good if

Grain Mill with 11lb Hopper and 3 Rollers Reviews

I've owned Barley Crusher and recently a Cereal Killer mills. Both are 2 roller mills with smaller diameter aluminum rollers. I bought this mill because the Cereal Killer was tearing up the grain husks and I was getting slow sparges and almost stuck mashes on