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  1. Bob Mar

    Complete Homebrew Set Up - SS Brew Stand and all major equipment

    Custom Stainless Steel Brew Stand Welded Stainless Steel custom fabricated brew stand with 3 burners, regulator set for liquid propane usage. Banjo style burners, Bayou Classic - high pressure cast iron burner BG10. 4 heavy-duty locking casters built to last. Brewstand only...
  2. S

    Grain Mill

    Looking at purchasing the Kegco KM11GM-3R Grain Mill with 11 lb. Hopper and 3 Rollers, but also need a motor for it. Are there any out there for under $50 that would work with this mill? If so, does anyone recommend any specific motors? Thanks in advance.
  3. Earthson

    Milling Grain in a Komo Fidibus 21

    Hello. I'm just getting into all grain again. Don't have my old mill anymore. But I do have a german made mill for making bread: Komo Fidibus 21 It uses stones to grind the grains. I figured that I could just dial the coarseness way back and see how it does. I tried 4 different grinds with...
  4. Sambecker1

    Blichmann Top Tier, Burners, Boilermakers and various items

    Central PA Blichmann Top Tier $400 Blichmann Boilermaker 20g with false bottom and sparge arm $350.00 Blichmann Boilermaker 20g boil kettle with whirlpool fitting $300 Blichmann burners 2 $100 each Blichmann Top Tier shelf $50 (New in box) Blichmann 14g Fermenator with blow off kit (blow off...
  5. J

    Between Brews: Mounting and Motorizing Your Grain Mill

    I really, really like my Monster Mill 3+. It is a little heavy to carry around, though, and it feels unstable when sitting on a bucket with a heavy drill motor hanging off the side. I knew that I wanted to make a permanent mounting with a fixed drive for it. That meant that I had to select a...
  6. G

    Cheap DIY Option for a Motorized Grain Mill

    If there is one thing that can be said about homebrewers, it is that we are a DIY-type crowd. In fact, the very act of homebrewing is DIY, in that you are brewing it yourself, instead of buying in from the store. It is no wonder, therefore, that homebrewers tend to fabricate or re-purpose items...
  7. K

    A Guide to Cleaning your Grain Mill

    Cleaning your grain mill is one of those things that most of us know we should be doing, but don't do as often as we should (if we do it at all). I know it's something I put off for much longer than I should have as I was intimidated to loosen the screws of my Barley Crusher. I was afraid I'd...
  8. L

    The Homebrew Review: Barley Crusher Grain Mill

    I think the Barley Crusher Grain Mill is still the best bang for the buck at $149.99, well at Northern Brewer anyways, about 10 bucks more than when I bought mine 2 years ago come July. It comes with everything pictured, unlike the expensive mills where everything comes separately. Here it is...
  9. K

    The Beast - Monster Mill MM-2

    I purchased a Monster Mill just over a year ago, model MM-2 with two 1.5" x 6" long rollers and the 1/2" diameter shaft upgrade. Monster Brewing Hardware makes a variety of 2-roller and 3-roller models, with 1.5" and 2" diameter rollers. The rollers are available in standard 1144 steel, or 303...
  10. K

    The Beast - Monster Mill MM-2

    I purchased a Monster Mill just over a year ago, model MM-2 with two 1.5" x 6" long rollers and the 1/2" diameter shaft upgrade. Monster Brewing Hardware makes a variety of 2-roller and 3-roller models, with 1.5" and 2" diameter rollers. The rollers are available in standard 1144 steel, or 303...
  11. gleoncavallo

    Mill Table Grist Dust Mitigation

    Howdy All, Just finished a build for my second mill table but was disappointed by the little piles of grist dust that appeared under the table at the end of brew day. This got me thinking about ways to capture more of the grist dust for the mash. Seems like a loss to not try to reclaim this...
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