DetailsThis heavy-duty metal hopper is designed for use with the Monster Mill MM-3. Holds 11 lbs of grain, and measures 9" tall by 11.5" wide and 12.75" long at the top. Made from high-quality steel that won't rust or bend.
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4.9 / 5.012 ReviewsAssembly required, holds a lot of grainI didn't have the time/means at the moment to build my own custom hopper for my new MM3. The Mill is essentially useless without a custom built hopper because the mill itself doesn't include side panels. _x000D__x000D_This hopper is a little cumbersome to adjust the Mill because it needs to be removed completely to gap the rollers and then the set screws have to be removed/replaced to reattach the locking pins. I believe this is more of a fault of the mill design than the hopper. _x000D__x000D_Assembly isn't difficult, took about 10 minutes with use of a cordless drill and a small wrench. _x000D__x000D_Appearance is great, looks very professional and serves it function, no need to worry about grain missing the roller path or not hitting the drive roller in the correct spot. _x000D__x000D_Worth the money for the time i saved when i was more concerned with setting up and running my mill than making something a little more flashyOctober 22, 2012works greatDefinitely an added expense while looking at the MM3 but in the long run it should be worth it. It probably looks a lot nicer than something I could rig together by myself and is well built and will last forever. _x000D__x000D_Big enough for most standard five gallon batches seeing that it can hold up to eleven pounds of grain.December 7, 201215 minutes to assemble itI got this and the base for my MM3 and within 15 minutes I was finished. It's solid, and hold enough for a regular batch. For higher gravity beers you have to pour in more grain after some if milled._x000D_To adjust the gap setting the hopper has to be removed, which is kind of annoying.January 29, 2013Holds more than 10 poundsYou have to screw it together, which takes 15 minutes. I wasn't sure if the screws face in our out, but they are capped so it doesn't matter. It holds plenty of grain, and if I need to pause to refill the hopper it's not a problem.March 17, 2013Holds a good amount of grainIt holds 11 pounds, which is good, but even bigger would be better. I use a drill to power my mill, so extra grain in a bigger hopper would be no problem. Pretty easy to assemble this hopper.May 17, 2013well designedThis hopper was well designed. Study it's construction before assembly to avoid reassembling as I did. It was worth purchasing this considering the time it would take to construct one. It is a bit short for a 10 gallon big beer but you just don't put all the grain in at once.July 7, 2013Well worth the priceIts well worth the price to get a good hopper that fits and holds a lot of grain. It took me 15 minutes to assemble and has been working since. If you need even more grain, just put a card board box on top, with an open bottom and you have an instant grain mill extension.August 4, 2013DurableIt took me 15 minutes to assemble it, and now it will last forever. I wish it would hold even more grain, but it's big enough.August 25, 2013Easy to assembleThis took about 5 minutes to assemble and fits perfectly. This is ideal for a no hassle hopper to use with your Monster Mill MM3October 21, 2013Holds a good amount of grainGood sized hopper that holds close to all the grain I need for a 5 gallon brew. It's easy to assemble. If I want even more grain in the hopper I can make a make shift one from a cardboard box, with the bottom folder out, as a pseudo hopper.December 17, 2013
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