1. Grain Mill / Corn Mill Grain Mill / Corn Mill

    Grain Mill / Corn Mill

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    Grain Mill - mill your own grain. This mill operates by turning one plate against a fixed plate, creating a shearing motion. It's very price competitive and works especially well for corn kernels that might prove difficult to mill in a roller mill.
  2. Maltmuncher Grain Mill (3 roller)

    Maltmuncher Grain Mill (3 roller)

    The MaltMuncher Grain Mill (three roller) is constructed using materials that will last a lifetime. Cold rolled steel for the rollers, 6061 Aluminum body and hopper with long lasting hardened steel bearings. The 3 roller design has the main advantage that it draws the grain better and gives improved throughput.
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  3. High Torque Grain Mill Motor

    High Torque Grain Mill Motor

    This 1amp, 240v motor has been coupled with a high torque (1:7.5ratio) gearbox to bring the RPM down to the perfect milling speed of 180rpm.

    This motor is made to be direct drive and will couple with the Maltmuncher Grain Mill (2 and 3 roller) using the included spider coupling with polyurethane cushion (spider coupling will suit 10mm and 12mm shafts).
    The motor mounting plate and spider coupling make it easy for you to mount the motor and mill together.

    The cast alloy motor housing and mounting bracket are robust and quality made.
    The housing is sealed and practically maintenance free. The mill motor kit also includes a kill switch for your safety.

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  4. Maltmuncher Grain Mill (2 roller) Maltmuncher Grain Mill (2 roller)

    Maltmuncher Grain Mill (2 roller)

    The MaltMuncher 2 Roller Grain Mill, featuring cold steel rollers with aluminium chassis. This Malt Muncher is adjustable to get your grain bill crushed exactly the way you want it. 10mm crank shaft as standard, perfect for the entry level millers wanting to use a drill to keep rolling.

    Or if you want a work out and look like a pro arm wrestling champion, a manual crank comes as standard just to get you going.

    If you are going to be using a drill, don't go crazy with speed, you can risk cooking/burning your grain and impeding the mills performance. If at all possible just enough power to get it going and catching. This should fall around the 200rpm mark.

    - Grain hopper (2.7kg capacity)
    - Manual Crank handle
    - 10mm crank shaft
    - Roller adjustment knobs
    - Reinforced chassis with pre aligned mounting holes for perfect stability if mounting to a board.
    - 12 TPI knurl to efficiently pull grain through rollers while leaving hull intact to form an excellent filter bed for sparging

    Comes flat-packed and requires assembly.

    Note: does not include base board.

    We also have the 3 Roller model.

    From: Kegland

  5. Nano Grain Mill Nano Grain Mill

    Nano Grain Mill

    The Ss Brewtech Grain Mill - a pro-inspired grain mill designed for the home or nano brewer. It features all-in-one, fluted rollers, tool-less gap adjustment, and differential speed rollers are just a few features that set this mill apart from the competition.


    Featuring a hi-torque DC motor combined with a leveraged gear reduction system that drives a series of billet aluminium pulleys and high inertia rollers make easy work of the toughest wheat and rye malts. Capable of up to around 160 kg/h.


    Dating back to the early days of craft brewing, feed mills were often repurposed in breweries due to the lack of availability of milling equipment designed specifically for processing malt in brewing applications. Conversely, in a home brew settling, corona mills, and other repurposed mill designs intentioned for processing raw grain in a home kitchen were adopted for their ease and accessibility. Naturally, If you're feeding livestock or making grits, you typically want to pulverise the grain. However, if you're brewing beer it’s preferable to crack the endosperm in several places and then sheer off the husk, keeping it mostly intact. This shearing and crushing action maximises both efficiency and lautering performance, reducing or eliminating the need for rice hulls or other lautering aids. The two rollers inside the Ss Grain Mill are both driven by the onboard motor, but designed to rotate at different speeds. This key feature is at the heart of our purpose built mill designed for home and pro brewing.


    Other mills that are designed to pulvarise grain, often rely on hardened steel knurled rollers to extend their usable life. The shearing action of the Ss Grain Mill places less stress on the roller to effectively process the grain. We settled on the more professional approach of fluting the rollers, which enhances the ability for the two rollers to engage the malt and effectively shear the husk from the endosperm. It was also important to us that this mill be functional in either a home or pro-environment, so we decided to cast the rollers in solid 304 stainless steel, with each roller weighing a robust 3.4kg. Furthermore, the profile of the rollers has been completely rethought. Most small mills rely on a wide processing envelope and a small, 1.5-2” diameter roller. We have emulated the design of large production mills, and increased the diameter of the roller to 4”, and narrowed the processing envelope. This design increases the rotating mass, and stores rotational energy, which ultimately helps to smooth abrupt changes in rotational speed. Furthermore, the entrance angle is less aggressive with a larger roller, resulting in additional mechanical advantage.


    Eleven points of adjustment ranging from 0.5mm to 2.0mm open up a wide range of malt products. Gap adjustments are tool-less and can be made without any disassembly, or complicated procedures.

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