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Victoria Mill with High Hopper


Product Number: 6600

Availability: In stock

Great for crushing specialty grain at home! Crushing your grain just prior to brewing can lead to a fresher tasting beer. The Victoria Mill is an economy cast iron mill with adjustable crushing plates. The adjustable mount allows easy attachment to most counter tops. Manual operation.

Height 17.25"
Diameter 5.25"

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20 People have reviewed this product

Overall Rating: 3.6

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Does fine for brewing in a bag Review by Huber

(Posted on 2/1/14)

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It grinds instead of cracks so is less useful for traditional all grain brewers, but it's great if you brew in a bag. It's perfect for the 1 gallon all grain kits.

Good entry level mill Review by JD

(Posted on 1/1/14)

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Its perfect for extract brewers who need to mill their steeping grains, or small size all grain brewers who make small batches like experimental 1-3 gallons.
This mill can handle a 5 gallon/11 pound grain bill, but it's going to take a long time and your arm will get tired. For that you can attach a drill, and make a larger hopper extension to hold the grain.

Its good enough for now Review by Sample

(Posted on 10/23/13)

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It grinds up the grain and gives me 65% conversion. I'd like to get a better mill, but this is ok for now.

low end mill Review by nadim

(Posted on 8/28/13)

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It's fine for when you first start out, but if you brew on a regular basis you will probably want something better. I used mine for 2 years before getting a real mill. I gave it to a brew budy who is using it now.

so-so Review by Drew

(Posted on 7/19/13)

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I needed a mill and got this one. After using it a few times i think it's ok but not great. I tried my friends Crank-n-Stein and wish I had that instead. It takes a long time to grind up my grain and if the setting is off a little I get too much flour which can cause a stuck sparge, or the grain doesn't get cracked evenly with some pieces too big. It's not bad, but its not a long term solution for me.

Starter mill Review by Tony

(Posted on 6/6/13)

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It's ok, and does a fair job. It actually grinds the grain, not cracks it. This is fine for BIAB, but not what you want for a traditional mash. I ran a pound of grain through it a few times, gradually tightening the crush, to wear off the burrs.

Great Review by fe

(Posted on 5/22/13)

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I bought a few different cheap ones online and none of them worked. Then I was in a pich and ordered this. When it arrived it allowed me to easily crush my grains to the exact amount i wanted. The only problem is that the metal flakes when you first start to use it. just turn it a few times, rinse and you having something perfect! Cant beat it for the price!

Not bad as a starter mill Review by Dunn

(Posted on 4/16/13)

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It does a fairly good job of grinding my grain. You have to break it in with a few pounds of grain so all the burrs get broken off and you don't get metal filings in your beer. But after that, its fine. It has the big advantage that it doesn't need a drill, its hand operated.

It's good enough Review by Sanjay

(Posted on 3/14/13)

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It's not a high end mill like the Monster Mill, but it will crush your grain so you can switch to all grain. The crush may not be as good as the Monster mill, but it's good enough that you will hit 65% efficiency. You can grind finer, but you risk a stuck sparge. So this is a viable option, just use and extra pound of grain to make up for the lower efficiency. Its good that it has a hand crank, so I don't need a drill. I crush each part of the grain bill as I measure it, so its only the final main portion thats tiring.

entry level mill Review by Brandon

(Posted on 3/6/13)

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This type of mill is for grinding wheat into flour which you don't want for brewing. So you want to keep the gap wide enough that that doesn't happen. If you Brew in a Bag, then that's less of an issue.
You can hand crank it, but it takes a while, which is ok with me.

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