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Victoria Grain Mill
Victoria (Corona Style) Grain Mill
Victoria (Corona Style) Grain Mill. Polished cast iron with a hand crank. The perfect choice for the malt extract brewer who prefer to mill their grains fresh for brew day. Freshly cracked grains result in fresher flavours in your beer. Cracking your own grain also allows you to buy in larger quantities, have different grains on hand and design your own recipes on the fly.

This mill can be used for all-grain brewers who mill 10 to 15 pounds of grain per batch, although it is not ideal for that purpose.

Price: $56.99

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Victoria Grain Mill

The Victoria Grain Mill runs off two plates grinding together to crush the grain. It is fully adjustable and allows for coarse or fine grinds. Clamps easily to most tables. Hopper holds approximately one pound. Easily rotating wood handle. While the mill handle is removable, hooking up a drill or motor is not recommended nor needed.

Genuine Victoria mills are made in Columbia. "Victoria" is a registered trademark of: http://victoria.com.co/es/

Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review.

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
You won't regret it April 26, 2016
Reviewer: Samuel from Mont-Laurier, QC Canada  
I have been using a coffee grinder for my BIAB beers with some issues (poor mash efficiency 60%, astringency).  The victoria mill fixed the astringency problem and my efficiency is around 80%. I can mill 5 pounds of grains whitin 15 minutes.

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  2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
Works fine July 1, 2015
Reviewer: Gabriel from QC Canada  
After one year of use, I'm satisfied by this product. Very low maintenance and easy to clean with an air gun
A must for every homebrewer who aren't ready to invest 120$ in a roller crusher

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  3 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
Does what it's supposed to... December 15, 2014
Reviewer: Claude Demers from Chambly, QC Canada  
Bought this awhile back and been using it for months and honestly, even though it's not professional grade, it works well and does what it's supposed to...

For 60$ it's the cheapest solution i've found and after a few initial adjustments, it works perfectly everytime... no mechanical parts, hence it should last for a while.  Very satisfied.

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