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Old 11-27-2012, 04:01 AM   #1
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Default For Sale - FOR SALE - JSP Malt Mill Bare Bones BAA (NEVER USED)

Selling this JSP Malt Mill. Purchased to motorize, but our local HBS has a 3 roll monster mill that I loved, and bought that instead.

$80 Bucks, Final Price. Brand New, Never Used Once. Buyer pays for shipping.

Throwing in the Hopper Deck for free. It got wet at one point (only the deck, not the mill), and was never wiped off. Still can be mounted too and doesn't have any other issues.

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Old 11-27-2012, 04:57 PM   #2
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Is this the P model (fixed gap)?


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It has an Adjustable Gap. The knob, which can be seen best in the 4th picture from the top, allows you to adjust the gap on that roller.
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Are you still located in Staten Island like your profile says? I'd be interested if I can skip the shipping and pick up local.
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Yes sir. I do live in Staten Island.
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Hey I'm in the Jerz, what mill did you end up with and what is your local HBS? Brooklyn Homebrew? I'm in the market for a mill and can't decide which way to go. Goodluck.

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What size chuck would I need to run this mill with a drill? I just realized I might not be able to drop $80 right now and just keep crushing at my HBS for now....Good luck on the sale and if I see this up for sale still later I might just have to give in
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My local HBS is Brooklyn Homebrew and Bitter and Esters. I prefer to use B&E's 3 roll monster mill to crush my grain, regardless if it's bought in store or now. Therefore, I bought the same 3 roll monster mill for personal use. My efficiency has been 85% and up, with an average of 90%.
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How much do want for shipping?
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I might be interested if the shipping isn't crazy. Shoot me a pm.


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