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For 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
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It does the works as describe. Really sturdy and well built. I had to adjust my mill setting to 0.4 instead of 0.5 in which the mill is set by default but it was an easy adjustment. I milled a 16lbs grain bill in no time using a drill attached to the roller shaft instead of using the handle. Overall great product! Highly recommend.
I use it to mill my barley and other whole grains for my mash bill. Much better starch conversion with the adjustable gap!
The machine works very well, I mounted it to a wooden box for stability. It cracks my barley and wheat perfectly, it will however NOT crack corn kernals, which is one of the reasons I wanted a grain crusher. I use a hand drill motor to drive it and that works nicely but its not a long term solution. The machine is well made and looks as if it will last a long while if cared for.
This little gem works well, was easy to assemble, it is quite durable. Really ahppy with it, even for the price.
The mill itself seems great so far. I’ve milled just over 100 lbs of grain with it and I did have it clog on me once and I had to disassemble it but I’ll write that off as user error. The one thing that drives me nuts about it is the black rubber bumper that covers the hopper, it constantly comes off and could certainly be designed in a way that makes it “click” in place.