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LibertyHillBrewery 07-17-2012 02:07 AM

Just got the new "Cereal Killer" Grain Mill
 
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Just opened up the box and finally got a look at the "new and improved" Cereal Killer grain mill, I'll be giving it a test run for a brew day this weekend. looks fairly solid for a $99 mill. and pretty much ready to roll right outta the box,... stainless steel bearings instead of bronze bushings, Hardened adjustable rollers, has some sticky crud on the outside i gotta clean off??..., Thought I'd post a few photos for anyone that was wondering like i was, figured at the price , it was worth a risk, Time will tell!!


LibertyHillBrewery 07-17-2012 02:07 AM

Just got the new "Cereal Killer" Grain Mill
 
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Just opened up the box and finally got a look at the "new and improved" Cereal Killer grain mill, I'll be giving it a test run for a brew day this weekend. looks fairly solid for a $99 mill. and pretty much ready to roll right outta the box,... stainless steel bearings instead of bronze bushings, Hardened adjustable rollers, has some sticky crud on the outside i gotta clean off??..., Thought I'd post a few photos for anyone that was wondering like i was, figured at the price , it was worth a risk, Time will tell!!


LibertyHillBrewery 07-17-2012 02:07 AM

Just got the new "Cereal Killer" Grain Mill
 
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Just opened up the box and finally got a look at the "new and improved" Cereal Killer grain mill, I'll be giving it a test run for a brew day this weekend. looks fairly solid for a $99 mill. and pretty much ready to roll right outta the box,... stainless steel bearings instead of bronze bushings, Hardened adjustable rollers, has some sticky crud on the outside i gotta clean off??..., Thought I'd post a few photos for anyone that was wondering like i was, figured at the price , it was worth a risk, Time will tell!!


LibertyHillBrewery 07-17-2012 02:07 AM

Just got the new "Cereal Killer" Grain Mill
 
4 Attachment(s)

Just opened up the box and finally got a look at the "new and improved" Cereal Killer grain mill, I'll be giving it a test run for a brew day this weekend. looks fairly solid for a $99 mill. and pretty much ready to roll right outta the box,... stainless steel bearings instead of bronze bushings, Hardened adjustable rollers, has some sticky crud on the outside i gotta clean off??..., Thought I'd post a few photos for anyone that was wondering like i was, figured at the price , it was worth a risk, Time will tell!!


hi_octane 08-22-2012 08:52 PM

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Hmmm... Now I'm concerned that the mill Melchizedek just received might not be from the same source as that which CS223 deconstructed which has the "Made in Michigan" stamp (as seen in the attached).

Oh wait, any chance there's a town in China named "Michigan" ???

Melchizedek, can you closely compare your mill with the pictures CS223 posted and report back as to a match? Thanks.

Prost!
H.O./Jeff


dbrewski 10-12-2012 02:45 PM

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Got mine yesterday. The bin is a bit flimsier than the barley crusher I have, but the rollers look good. Slightly different setup but I like the markings on the roller housing showing gap size. My bin was detached when it arrived. I just put it back on and tightened the screws, but the way it's designed the bin part is not all that securely fastened. Haven't milled with it yet, will try it out this weekend.


dbrewski 10-12-2012 02:45 PM

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Got mine yesterday. The bin is a bit flimsier than the barley crusher I have, but the rollers look good. Slightly different setup but I like the markings on the roller housing showing gap size. My bin was detached when it arrived. I just put it back on and tightened the screws, but the way it's designed the bin part is not all that securely fastened. Haven't milled with it yet, will try it out this weekend.



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