DetailsAll the features of the MM2 with the addition of a third roller to achieve the optimal crush at a higher throughput speed. The MM3 has a gap spacing adjustment range of .065". You will need to fabricate/supply a base, hopper, and corded electric drill. Fully adjustable mill. Three six-inch steel rollers form two gaps, a preliminary fixed gap of approx .060" and a fully adjustable secondary gap.
* Three six-inch steel rollers form two gaps, a preliminary fixed gap of approx .060" and a fully adjustable secondary gap.
* Dual eccentric adjusters: 0 to .065" secondary gap - built from STAINLESS STEEL for no galling
* 8 lbs / minute min
* 3 x 6" upgraded steel rollers
* Alloy frame
* SAE 841 oil impregnated bronze bushings
* 1.5" diameter steel rollers
* 3/8" integral drive shaft w/3 flats for drill driving, 2" long outside frame
* 3/8" integral axles
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4.7 / 5.021 ReviewsMonster Mill MM3 3-Roller MillHave used this for 3 batches already, love this mill, if you are brewing 10+ gallon batches, this is the mill for you, a much better controlled crush at a quick speed, doesn't clog up like the MM2. The gap is easy to adjust and once dialed in, it stays there unlike other grain mills. _x000D__x000D_Spending a little bit more for this is well worth it in the long run.November 9, 2011Solid designThis will crush anything smaller than corn. For that you can use a cheapo corn mill. The rollers are 1.5" thick and crush rather than tear, helping your sparging.December 25, 2012The ultimate millI recently purchased the Monster Mill 3, and all i can say is WOW. It does a great crush and has a high throughput due to the 6 inch long roller instead of the typical 5 inch. At my brewing club we sometimes have group brews, so I brought my mill and drill for the members to grind their grain with. They were all envious. It takes longer to measure the grain bill than it does to grind it. This thing is a beast. It also gives a tight crush improving efficiency.March 17, 2013Crushes grain instead of grindsFor all grain brewers who use a false bottom, we want our grain cracked not ground into dust where we get a stuck sparge. I get a great crush and not as much dust with this. Just make sure the drill is tightly locked on the drive shaft.January 27, 2014No InstructionsI have not used the mill yet, but some instructions would be nice. Went to Monster Mill web site to get the information, only to find them lacking. Instruction sheet is confusing and list the initial setting in three places and show three different settings. Please add some diagrams or pictures that show the nomenclature._x000D__x000D_The mill seems to be a quality product, but it will take some time to set up and use properly.December 18, 2012great milPricey purchase especially when adding on the hopper and a base for this mill but it seems pretty well built and should last you a long time. Factor in the decrease in price of grain if you start buying in bulk and crushing at home and you'll feel better about it. _x000D_As for the product itself it is sturdy, well made, easy to install and adjust. I noticed a 5-10% bump in efficiency when using this compared to the store mill so that was nice too.December 7, 2012The Godzilla of grain millsThis thing can handle 25 pounds of grain like nothing. It's very solidly built. The crush is smooth and even, this is way better than the corn mills like the Corona (unless you want flour and a stuck sparge). Just be aware you also have to buy or make a base and hopper._x000D_I advise against the hand crank, a waste of money.January 4, 2013Industrial strengthThis unit is a bit pricey with the hopper and base as noted above, but I was amazed at the weight and quality of it. The through put is phenomenal while giving a good crush. My efficiency is consistently between 80 and 85%January 16, 2013The best mill money can buyI always get at least 80% efficiency with this mill. It crushes rather than tears the grain, resulting is less flour/powder, and it doesn't tear the husk. This gives me high efficiency and fewer stuck sparges. I attached a low speed drill to run it, and it devours large quantities of grain. I can grind 25 pounds of grain in minutes. Here's a tip to avoid jamming - for large quantities of grain start the mill first, then pour in the grain into the hopper.February 1, 2013Crushes instead of grindsSince getting this I've noticed my grain is crushed into small pieces, instead of ground into flour. This makes sparging a lot easier. Its a very solidly constructed mill, and I routinely grind 25# of grain at a time, and occasionally 50#s.May 17, 2013
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