DetailsFor perfectly milled grains, ease of use and superior dependability, look no further than the Hullwrecker™ homebrewing grain mill. Our new two roller mill takes the guess work out of achieving the ideal crush for your home brewery. The Hullwrecker™ grain mill features a fully adjustable roller gap from 0.025” all the way to 0.1”, allowing you to finely tune the crush to your extract preference. Features included sealed bearings (not bushings!), a 7 Ib capacity grain hopper, an ergonomic crank handle, and unlike other available grain mills, the Hullwrecker™ comes complete with a custom designed metal base that fits perfectly on any standard 5 or 6.5 gallon plastic bucket.
- Sealed ball bearings
- Ergonomic crank handle
- 7 Ib capacity grain hopper
- Included heavy duty metal base, fits on standard 5 or 6.5 gallon plastic buckets
- Use with included crank handle, or electric drill
- Details & Instructions
5.0 / 5.014 ReviewsBlazed through 40 lbs of grain like butterI was amazed at how fast it took care of my quadruple batch. It takes about 10 seconds to empty its full 5lb hopper.April 25, 2019Purchased
2 months agoImproved BIAB conversion efficiencyI love that I can adjust the gap as I prefer a finer grist for BIAB. I have seen a 5-10% increase in my conversion efficiency vs pre-milled grains or milling at my LHBS.
Never used the hand crank, just hooked it up to my power drill.April 22, 2019Purchased
2 months agoApril 22, 2019Purchased
2 months agoOne use so far. Worked well!I used the Hullwrecker for the first time this week to crush about 27 pounds of grain. It worked great!Assembly took about an hour, but instructions were good. I like the black plastic cover to the sharp top metal edge of the hopper.March 16, 2019Purchased
3 months agoEasy to adjust, grinds quickly and efficiently, and it was easy to attach a cordless drill to.March 14, 2019Purchased
3 months agoGreat Mill!!This thing is awesome! My OG is much better than when I was having grains ground at the local brew shop. Almost 100 lbs of grains milled and couldn’t be happier with it!March 7, 2019Purchased
3 months agoTo buy or not to buy?I used to just buy my grain pre-milled. It's easy and the cost difference was negligable, certainly not enough to warrant spending over $100 on a mill. So, why did I?
I'm at a stage with my brewing where I am buying grain in bulk for brews that I won't make for 2 or 3 months and having it pre-milled would result in oxidation. I need to store it as a whole kernel so a mill was necessary. Then, I started reading about the benefits of conditioning the grain before milling to get a more coarse husk to aid in sparging and a mill became desirable.
I wanted something reasonable in price but could handle a decent grain bill fairly quickly. The reviews on the Hullwrecker were very good and the service from Midwest is exceptional so I picked up the unit during a sale event.
I'm very pleased with the unit. It is solid and does a great job. I started with the handle, which lasted all of 3 minutes, before removing it and connecting my cordless drill to the spindle. It does a great job very quickly.
I'm very happy with the purchase and would not go back to pre-milled grain.March 7, 2019Purchased
3 months agoGreat product easy to put together and easy to use.February 16, 2019Purchased
4 months agoQuick to Assemble and Easy to useThe whole set up was pretty easy to put together and it works great. The mill rollers are solidly built and easy to adjust for the perfect grind.January 2, 2019Purchased
6 months ago
- Customer Q&A
Browse 3 questions Browse 3 questions and 6 answersOf what metals is the mill made?BEST ANSWER: Mine appears to be an aluminum alloy maybe? It's thick enough for home use. I pulled the handle off the end and put my drill on shaft and grind away. It's held up pretty well for me over the last yearCan you mill corn?BEST ANSWER: I really can't help with that as I have only milled grain with it. I can tell you it works great for grainCan you use the hullwrecker to crush fruit to make wine ?BEST ANSWER: Hello!
The Hullwrecker is intended to be used with malted barley, and has never been tested with fruit.