Grain Gobbler Homebrew Grain Mill (4 Inch)

Grain Gobbler Homebrew Grain Mill (4 Inch)
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A fully adjustable grain mill at an affordable price. At the heart of the mill are two knurled 1.5" diameter x 4" long rollers that rotate in self-lubricated bronze bushings for smooth operation. The rollers are easily adjusted on both ends providing an even gap across the entire span of the rollers. There are 10 pre-set adjustment settings for you to choose from. This mill has the best attachment to a bucket that we have ever seen. It actually clamps down onto the bucket and has a cross bar for your hand, making it extremely stable and easy to use. Comes standard with a drill adapter as we find most people wish to use a drill. The included hopper is a 1 gallon plastic jar that will hold 3 lbs. Another version with stainless steel grain chute is available that holds 8 lbs (MILL475). Using a drill, the output is 4 lbs per minute at 400 rpm, faster on higher speeds. This mill is very carefully thought out after years of research. We have sold nearly every mill out there including the Glatt, The Valley, The Automatic, The Maltmill, The Phil Mill, etc.. We learned what we liked and did not like and we developed this mill in coordination with Fermentap. The operation is smooth, the adjustment is easy and even across the rollers, the grain is fed to the length of the rollers, it has the best (included) attachment to a bucket that we have ever seen (this makes it stable and easy to hang on to), the output is right up there with the best of them, the quality of the crush is great, the overall weight is light which makes the whole thing easy to handle, and the quality of construction is really high for a unit at this price with free shipping. We know you will be happy with the mill for many years.


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