I know that this has been discussed before, but what kind of mill should I get? I've heard great things about BC, MM, and C&S. But which should I get?
I live in the Philippines and I'm not sure if customer service would appreciate sending replacement parts or me sending the mill to the USA and back if anything was wrong with it. So I need it to be really durable and the brand to be reliable, and its really really humid here to so something that won't rust.
Btw I've been wondering, if I bought the mill, say from northernbrewer, would customer service for said brand's customer service still help out?
I had an old post about if i should go an all out investment or to wait and accumulate, here, but I've been so busy that I haven't even done a thing about it! Anyway, I was walking through the streets one day and found a guy with a huge pot, most likely and hopefully 15 gals. I've even found a kitchen surplus and am planning to check it out if they have a large enough pot. so that saves a ton for me buying here. So if I go all out on my USA order it'll be a mill, a plate chiller, a corker and corks, a extract and AG kit, grain and hops, and misc. stuff.
And my eyes have been opened to the wonders of session beers which makes AG even better! And AG is cheaper, another reason is shipping's a b*tch to get over here so another reason to buy grain in bulk.
ps. I'm planning, if everything goes perfect and I do go all out, a big buy either once a year or every 2 years (Really hard to brew when half the year is rain, but perfect fermentation temps though! normally it would be at the 80's over here. Hm, saisons in the hot season, ales in the rainy?)