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Cereal Killer Grain Mill
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Cereal Killer Grain Mill

Item Number:99-4011
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5
Your Price:$129.99
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The New Improved Cereal Killer Grain Mill

Adjustable 2 roller grain mill with a 7lb hopper and wood base

1 Year Warranty on Mill.

  • To adjust, simply loosen two screws, adjust gap, tighten two screws.  
  • Attach a drill easily: Remove the handle with one screw and attach drill, no adapter needed
  • Hardened steel roller size is 5" long and 1.25" diameter
  • The crank shaft has a 10mm diameter
  • It is suggested to run @ 300 RPM if motorized
  • Body is anodized aluminum for a lifetime worth of use
  • Rollers will adjust up to .100"
  • NOT designed for cracking/milling corn or soybeans!
Upgrades:
  • Rollers Now Have Ball Bearing Design
  • Marked Adjustable Roller for Easy Adjustment
  • New improved handle- Now included with every mill
Ships with base flipped upside down to protect the pegs and the drive shaft.
Unscrew base, flip base, and re-secure base with screws before use.

WARNING: Hold mill and drill while in use
5 Stars
Unbelievable Value!
Ok, this is the first grain mill I have used. I was in the process of searching to buy a grain mill. I had given up hope of going cheap, and had a couple of other mills in my "cart" on other sites, with $160 price tags and up! One was over $200. Then I found the Cereal Killer. Great Price! Yea, I only crush 2 - 5 lbs of grain at a time for now. But now I don't have to order the grain crushed - days in advance - to get the job done. I have used the rolling pin trick - it works - but takes a while and is messy and not nearly as good. I flipped the base on the rolling unit (it is on up-side-down for shipping) and attached the hopper and handle. Took almost 5 minutes! The handle is snug and needs some lube. Then I threw 3 lbs of malt at it. No mess, no fuss, only about 2 - 3 minutes of cranking and finished!!! Great job. Came pre-set for gap and all. So, for me, this is not only the cheapest grain mill on the interweb, it is so far the best. Yes, I have only killed 3 different batches of cereal with it, but so far, it gets a 5 star. It seems solid enough to last quite a while. Again, I'm not running 100 lbs of barley through it a day, but for us hobby brewers, this is an unbelievable value! P.S. With the savings, I was able to spring for an immersion chiller on sale here at AIH also - and the pair was less than the price for the cheapest grain mill on the other site!
Reviewed by:  on 8/10/2016
5/5
3 Stars
OK if you're not trying to use a tight setting
There's a ton of 5-star reviews on here, and for good reason as for the price point this mill is pretty solid. I had no problems using both the hand crank or a drill (high torque) when milling at standard gap settings. I condition my grain before milling and generally use a gap spacing of 0.48mm (19 mil) for my normal barley without any issues. However, when trying to mill wheat malt, which has a smaller kernel than standard barley, I want to set my gap to 0.41mm (16 mil), and this mill just won't go that small. They specify an upper gap size of 0.1", but they do not specify a lower gap size. I'd say the practical smallest gap you can get with this is about 0.45mm (18 mil, or about 0.018").
Reviewed by:  on 7/8/2016
3/5
5 Stars
Makes milling easy
Was using the local store to mill, sometimes a number of days before the grain was to be used....not now....this makes easy work of the task by hand or attaching a household drill. Set the gap with a credit card and off you go, used it 4 times now and it is holding the gap, no need for more expensive millers, this one is excellent.
Reviewed by:  on 6/30/2016
5/5
5 Stars
Great Mill
This is a great mill for the price. I have never used a 3-roller mill but my efficiency showed a 7.5% increase from the old Phil Mill I had been using. It appears to me that a 2-roller mill woks just fine. I found that when adjusting the rollers the gap will decrease when you tighten the locking screws after setting your gap. Using feeler gauges that I slid back and forth in the gap while locking the rollers into place eventually got the spacing I was looking for. A note on aih customer service: When I unpacked the mill one of the first things I did was try to put the handle on. It went on about 1/32" and wouldn't go any further on the drive shaft. I contacted customer support and received a very quick response to use a lubricant when installing the handle. I doubted this would work because I couldn't imagine that the mill was made with such close tolerances. They also offered a replacement handle if this didn't work but a drop of canola oil on the shaft and the handle slipped right on. I am very happy with this purchase.
Reviewed by:  on 6/24/2016
5/5
5 Stars
Works great
I used the Barley Crusher for about 4 years. After buying and using the Cereal killer mill I think this is a better mill. Ball bearing rollers not bushing. The gap is easier to adjust and the base plate is plywood not compressed wood chips. The mill operates really smooth in my opinion there is no reason to buy the other more expensive product.
Reviewed by:  on 5/22/2016
5/5
5 Stars
Great mill
Only used for 4 batches so far but performs great and the price is great.
Reviewed by:  on 5/20/2016
5/5
4 Stars
Good, not great
This is my first grain mill. Adjusting the gap is a bit tricky, but, a little patience and you will get it. My only real complaint is when you add grains to the hopper, a small amount falls through from somewhere (ends of the rollers, perhaps). I'm guessing that is the nature of buying the least expensive mill I could find. Anyway, this may be a great mill for the price, but I would call it 'good' overall.
Reviewed by:  on 4/10/2016
4/5
5 Stars
Amazing Value!
I can't believe I waited this long to invest in a grain mill. On the surface, the price seems high, but even just the convenience of milling grain at home would be worth it. Add on the savings that you get in buying bulk and this purchase is a no brainer! You can check out some pictures of my build here: homebrewtalk.com/showpost.php?p=7508333&postcount=219
Reviewed by:  on 4/6/2016
5/5
5 Stars
Amazing value
This mill is wonderful and will quickly pay for itself through increased efficiency and bulk grain prices.
Reviewed by:  on 4/6/2016
5/5
4 Stars
Good mill
Seems sturdy. Great price. My only issue was that the handle had a 3/8" hole while the shaft was 10mm. Fixed that in 2 minutes...
Reviewed by:  on 3/6/2016
4/5

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