Hello my friends,
I was looking at malt mills from Crankandstein.
I was wondering what they are saying about the 3rd roller concept is anything to invest money in. This is what they are saying:
The third roller is smoother to reduce husk damage. The triangular configuration of the rollers forms two gap. The first fixed at .070" softens the grain interior and speeds up throughput. The adjustable second gap can then more readily open the husk and separate it from the starch. This promotes easier sparging and higher brewhouse efficiency.
Source: http://www.crankandstein.net/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=7&products_ id=14
I thought this sounded like bollox, but I had to ask you experts to be sure!
Also, do you think that there is a point in getting stainless steel rollers rather than standard steel rollers?
Thank you for your time