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Malt Muncher Dual Roller Malt Mill
Malt Muncher Dual Roller Mill
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The mill breaks down the malted barley into tiny pieces so that the mashing liquid can easily seep into the middle of the barley. This process is necessary because it allows the starch within the endosperm of the barley to ferment and create the beer flavour as well as its alcohol content.

While home brewers can opt to grind the malted barley with a kitchen mortar and pestle, the process is very time consuming as you need to pound large batches of barley to create a substantial amount of beer. Thus, home brewers rely on a machined mill such as the Malt Muncher Dual Roller Malt Mill.

This mill is built to last and is sure to hold it's own over a lifetime of use. The dual rollers are made out of cold rolled steel, whereas the body is constructed out of 6061 Aluminum with hardened steel bearings.

The miller also features knurled rollers that can be adjusted on each end to produce evenly crushed malted barley. This allows home brewers to pull the barley to the rollers without destroying the hull. An intact hull is crucial for sparging.

It comes with a removable hand crank which can be replaced with a 1/2" drill rotor.
Price: $139.99

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Malt Muncher Dual Roller Malt Mill

  • Rollers are adjustable at both ends allowing for the gap to be adjusted to ensure a uniform crush along the entire length of the rollers.
  • The rollers have a 12 TPI knurl to efficiently pull the grain through the rollers while leaving the hull intact to form an excellent filter bed for sparging.
  • Optimized for use with a power drill. Recommended 200 RPM.
  • Comes with easy to use crank shaft allowing you to crush grain by hand.
  • Hopper has a capacity of 7 lbs. It is designed to direct grist down towards the mill gap making milling far faster and easier. (Some assembly required)
  • Some assembly required (attach the handle to the mill). There are no adapters needed to use a 1/2" drill motor.
Roller Dimensions: 5" Length x 1 1/4" Diameter
Base Unit Dimensions: 6" Length x 3" Width x 2" Height
Weight: 8 lbs

Average Customer Review: Average Customer Review: 3.5 of 5 3.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 4 Write a review.

  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 Best quality for the buck March 6, 2021
Reviewer: Jose Ouellet from Quebec  
This the one made by KegLand, the company that makes Brewzilla, it's good enough quality and a solid build. There is one fixed roller, the other one is adjustable on both sides, from 0.1 to 0.5 to 0.025 (not that big of a difference). you can buy here the called "Malt Muncher Malt Mill Base Board" for 15$ or buy a 10$ piece of wood twice the size and make the cut yourself with your jigsaw and drill.

The screws needed to fix the mill on the board are not included. I found them at Home Depot, to fit my 1/2in piece of wood: M6 x 35mm Hex Head Metric Bolts (x2) with 6mm washers (x4) (metric system, cause the mill is from Australia)

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2 of 5 Good but got rusty December 3, 2019
Reviewer: Jerome from Quebec  
It took some time to adjust the mill space between the 2 rollers, but once done, it's ok. Using a drill to crush grain is fast and easy to use. I made a wood plank to fix the mill on and put it over a plastic pail. Otherwise, i let the equipment in ambiant air in the garage and rust appeared on the rollers and on bearing after one year. I tried to clean it but it's now worse. So i don't want to use it again.

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5 of 5 Worked Great April 4, 2019
Reviewer: Shawn Dietrich from Milton, ON Canada  
I was able to use my previous hopper (The Barley Crusher Mill).  The ball bearings were great and the rollers spin freely.  The crush came out very even.  Very nice mill.

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2 of 5 Good but inconsistent March 19, 2019
Reviewer: Gary from Caledonia, ON Canada  
The rollers can wander just from vibration as my unit is not "click" adjustable. I can go from no crush to powder unexpectedly. For any higher volume brewing I'd go with the 3 roller.

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