Yeah, if you scroll down, they show a $50 Gear Drive Option (only for the adjustable model) $50. I'm assuming this is for attaching a drill.Janx said:Can you hook a drill to that one? You really want one that you can automate with a drill...
Oh, and definitely get the adjustable one...different grains need different grinds.
You mean 2-3 pints per DAY, don't you? 'cause otherwise it's just not human.fsinger said:- I'm only allowed 2-3 pints per week. Sheesh!! I'd rather argue for the cooking space now that my brew is getting really good (I'm on my 6th batch - better each time).
No, it's per week. I know, it sounds nuts, but when you have over indulged as a young person (30 years ago) it makes sense to be cautious. I'm just glad to be able to enjoy some at all. I spent 30 years without ANYTHING, so I'm sort of re-learning the basics.Kephren said:You mean 2-3 pints per DAY, don't you? 'cause otherwise it's just not human.
Same here. But I'd like to compare the zip-lock crush to one that has been done on a mill by someone who knows what they are doing. I'd like to visually compare the two and see if there is a noticeable difference; i.e., is it more uniform and effecient?homebrewer_99 said:I just put my grains in a large zip-lock freezer bag and use a rolling pin on it. Good exercise.
You bet! I wouldn't even think of it.Rhoobarb said:I bet the zip-lock method would become too much of a workout if I went all-grain!