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Cereal Killer Grain Mill
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Cereal Killer Grain Mill

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The New Improved Cereal Killer
Grain Mill

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

  • 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!

1 Year Warranty on Mill.
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

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5/5
Rating Perfect So Far
 
Got this because I wasn't pleased with my LHBS crush setting on their roller. Now my crush is more uniform, I can adjust for wheat or rye, and my efficiency has gone up a good bit. It did take a few minutes of tinkering to get the rollers set, but after that I was on my way. - Reviewed by on 1/20/2015
4/5
Rating Cereal Killer
 
This is my first grain mill, and I wanted a basic unit to help control my brew process. I have only used it once so far, but it milled the grain very well. It will take some playing with to get used to it. The only issue I found was that when set upon a bucket, it was not really a tight fit and I had to work to keep it balanced and working properly on top of bucket. I am sure this is true for most mills, just was not really expecting it to be the case. If you want the basics, you can't beat his mill at this price. I may upgrade in the future, but I am really happy with my first mill. - Reviewed by on 1/6/2015
5/5
Rating Cereal Killer Grain Mill
 
Arrived with no damage. Done my first batch with it and seemed to work as advertised. I would like to see some instructions come with the mill. Thanks, I will be looking forward to be doing more business with you guys in the future. - Reviewed by on 1/3/2015
5/5
Rating High Hopes
 
Because of the many great reviews, I had high expectations for the grain crusher. I am happy to say that I am not disappointed. It does everything it is supposed to and at a very good savings. - Reviewed by on 1/1/2015
5/5
Rating Excellent product
 
This is a pretty straight forward product. It crushes grain, does a great job, and is easy to adjust. I used it a couple days ago for the first time, and it crushed 25 1/2lbs in just a few minutes with my DeWalt drill. You really can't beat the prices. I would recommend this to anyone looking for a grain mill. - Reviewed by on 12/23/2014
5/5
Rating Great Service!
 
Everything went very well. Quick shipping, and good product as advertised. - Reviewed by on 12/22/2014
5/5
Rating Much Better Than The Old Corona I Was Using
 
I used this for the first time on my latest batch. Once I got the slave roller free (by loosening the end knobs) and got the drill speed right, the grain crushed speedily. At first I thought most of the grain wasn't crushed because it looked like most of the kernels were intact. But the crush left the shells almost whole while crushing the insides. I got a few points less efficiency than store-crushed grain, but my sparge went smoothly...no stuck sparges here! I quit using my Corona several years ago because it tore up the grain badly and was very inconsistent. I'm a happy customer, now. - Reviewed by on 12/6/2014
5/5
Rating Great Deal; First mill I purchased for BIAB
 
2 batches and so far, so good! I'm using it for BIAB and Ive hit 80% each time. I have both rollers set to about the 45 degree mark above the finest setting and use a cordless drill to crush. Also bought two homer buckets from Lowes; one to pour my mix of grains from and one to set the mill on top of. I haven't had to double crush; don't see a need to! Wish the hopped was bigger, but oh well. Great for the price!! - Reviewed by on 11/11/2014
5/5
Rating Fantastic mill
 
What a price on a great mill. Bearings, not bushings, less than a $100. In the process of making a Kitchenaid attachment so I don't have to hand crank. Sweet deal! - Reviewed by on 10/27/2014
3/5
Rating Ok for the price, but doesn't compare to more expensive models.
 
I used another mill (that will remain nameless that costs around $200) on loan for over a year so maybe I'm spoiled. First it DID NOT come preset properly. I added grain and ran it and not a single grain cracked. After playing around with it for awhile I got a decent crush, but it seems to lose spacing quite easily. It also seems to bind quite easily for some reason. I thought maybe it was my cordless drill (which worked fine before) so I switched to the powerful corded drill, but it would just try to flip the mill and bucket and everything. It also lets grain in around the rollers un-crushed. It has made for some messy tasks, but with tweaking the gap and starting the drill before starting to add grain to the hopper I can get it to do the job (I could just fill the hopper and then run the loaner mill). It also had problems with non-barley adjuncts like Rye for some reason. That being said, when you get it dialed in it gives a good crush and I'm getting good efficiency. It just requires more care to do so than more expensive models. If price is an issue this will do the job. If its not, buy a more expensive one and it will save you headaches. AIH Note: Feel free to contact AIH customer service with any product issues. We have phone support and online chat during our normal business hours. - Reviewed by on 10/20/2014
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Q: Hopper came with internal walls "sticky". Just if a sticker was placed and taken off. How do you recommend cleaning the hopper without affecting the wood base?
Asked by: - 1/5/2015
A: I'm sorry to hear that! For cleaning things like brew pots and mill hoppers, we recommend Bar Keeper's Friend! It is a fantastic product, and should clean that issue up quickly and easily.
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Q: Your questions and answers talks about rolling oats. I do not want to roll oats. What I need to do is crack oats so that I can soak the oats before feeding them to pigs. Like I said, all I need to do is crack the oats. Can I do this? Let me know if I can do this with your machine. If it works I will use this machine to make beer also.
Asked by: - 12/26/2014
A: Unfortunately I am not familiar with feed oats, but we do carry Simpson's Golden Naked Oats ( Item Number 36-SIM1071 ). These oats can be cracked by the Cereal Killer, but you would need to set the gap setting on the mill specifically for them. If these oats are similar to our brewing oats then this mill would likely work, but unfortunately your application is outside the realm of our expertise.

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Q: How much grain does the hopper hold?
Asked by: - 12/12/2014
A: This hopper can hold 7 pounds of grain at a time.
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Q: Is this kill corrosion free? If not how do I clean it?
Asked by: - 11/13/2014
A: The mill body is made of anodized aluminum, we have never had an issue with this unit corroding in the past. We have sold many of these units and never heard complaints of this issue.
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Q: Is there an extension for the hopper that can be purchased separately?
Asked by: - 10/13/2014
A: We don't currently offer a hopper extension, but the Barley Crusher does have a 15lb hopper version. ( item 312-1679 )
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Q: My intended use is rolled oats for oat meal. Am I on the right choice?
Asked by: - 9/5/2014
A: This mill will not roll oats or grains it will only crack barley, rye or wheat for brewing.
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Q: This is not really related to brewing, but can this grain mill be used to roll oats?
Asked by: - 7/30/2014
A: This grain cannot be used to roll oats.
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Q: What material are the rollers made of?
Asked by: - 4/28/2014
A: The rollers are made of Hardened steel roller size is 5" long and 1.25" diameter.
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Q: what would you set it on for biab? the same? or do you set it finer?
Asked by: - 4/23/2014
A: The Cereal Killer mill comes preset for the correct crush. The wood it comes mounted on must be flipped over to work correctly.
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Q: Is the hopper small enough to invert and store upside down inside of a 6.5 gallon bucket?
Asked by: - 4/13/2014
A: The hopper will not fit in a 6.5 gallon bucket when inverted.
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