The Cereal Killer Grain Mill from Adventures in Homebrewing gets consistently great feedback and is one of our Top Finds.
This homebrew mill is a two roller adjustable grain mill that features a 7 lb capacity hopper and a wood base. The current version of the Cereal Killer sports a ball bearing design for the rollers, marked settings for the adjustable rollers and a new improved handle.
- Includes a handle, but you can also easily use a drill.
- 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
- Two adjustable rollers
- Rollers will adjust up to .100″
- Rollers have a ball bearing design
- Marked adjustable roller for easy adjustment
- 7 lb capacity hopper
- Wood base designed to fit snugly on the top of a 5 or 6 gallon bucket
- 1 Year warranty from Adventures in Homebrewing
Stanley’s Stainless Steel vacuum insulated growler features vacuum insulated body and foam insulated lid to keep beer cold for 16 hours. Made of 18/8 stainless steel and BPA free. The heavy duty handle makes it easy to carry and allows you to pour smoothly with one hand. Steel inner lid means no plastic is in contact with your beer.
It’s available in Hammertone Green and Hammertone Navy in 64 ounce/2 Quart/Half Gallon capacity as well as in a smaller 32 oz size. It’s also part of a Gift Pack Set that includes the growler along with stacking pints. Stanley makes a non-insulated version version as well. The 64 ounce variant is mentioned in this review, although it comes in 32 ounce as well.
German Made, Speidel Fermenters are available in a range of sizes 3.2 gallons all the way up to… 79.3 gallons. Check out the full lineup including accessories and replacement gaskets.
I’ve owned a 5.3 gallon Speidel fermenter since October of 2011. I use it for small batch BIAB beers. I’ve been very impressed with that fermenter. More recently, I picked up the 7.9 gallon version so that I can ferment full 5 gallon batches with all the same advantages. This is a hands on review of both fermenters.
Chapman Brewing Equipment‘s SteelTank line of stainless steel fermenters are available in 7 and 14 gallon sizes in both ported and unported versions. The SteelTank is billed as the most affordable fermenter on the market. It features stainless steel construction, gasketed lid, pressed volume markers and an available port option. The fermenters offer advantages over buckets and glass carboys since they resist breaking and scratching.
Here’s a look at the 7 gallon ported SteelTank fermenter. This fermenter is currently selling for $159.99. There is also a buy one get one half off deal going on right now. Shipping is free in the US.
Mashed In makes beautiful custom beer tap handles from actual brewing ingredients including hops, a variety of grains and more. Here’s a hands on look.
Here’s a hands on look at the Portable Universal 5-stage Reverse Osmosis RO Purification Water System with DI Deionizing Mixed Bed 0PPM postfilter by Reverse Osmosis Revolution
I have long wanted to take my brewing to the next level by using RO water. When I ran across this unit, it seemed to be exactly what I had been looking for, so I took the plunge. Using RO (Reverse Osmosis) or DI (Distilled) Water allows you to build your water profile from the ground up, creating exactly the profile you’re looking for.
Here’s a hands on look at the Model V2244 Vacuum Sealing System by FoodSaver. Features: Compact Size, Removable dishwasher safe drip tray, Includes Accessory port and hose.
First, Why would you want a FoodSaver for homebrewing? Vacuum sealers are indispensable for storing hops [See: 5 Recent Hop Finds]. You can save money by getting in on bulk hop buys. Use your vacuum sealer to break these up and to preserve freshness. You can also store specialty grains in vacuum bags or using the mason jar attachment. Other uses include: storing base grains, partial dry yeast packs and storing and preserving other beer ingredients.