The Barley Crusher Malt Mill – $124.99 Shipped (save $25)

The Barley Crusher Malt Mill

The Barley Crusher has a long history of reliable use and is constructed using materials that will last a lifetime. The Barley Crusher uses 1018 Cold Rolled Steel for the rollers, 6061 Aluminum for the mill body and hopper, tool steel for the axles with Oil Impregnated bronze bushings.

I’ve used a Barley Crusher for years.  It’s a great mill

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Mill Features:

  • The gap default setting is marked and set at .039 at assembly. Adjustment range is from .015 to .070 thousandths of an inch.
  • The standard hopper holds an even 7 pounds.
  • Can be used with the Hand Crank or attached to a 3/8 in. drill motor. (No adapter is needed to operate the mill using a 3/8 in. drill motor)
  • Comes with a solid base with locators to center the Barley Crusher on a 5 or 6 gallon plastic pail. (Pail not included)
  • Using a 3/8 drillmotor at 500 RPM gives you a crush rate of 6 pounds a minute making the big grain bills fast and easy.

 

The Barley Crusher Malt Mill MILL500 – $149.99

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1 thought on “The Barley Crusher Malt Mill – $124.99 Shipped (save $25)

  1. da kine

    What an excellent piece of equipment. I was torn between this and the MM2, but my cheapness won out and I bought the Barley Crusher. It hasn’t failed me yet. I won’t lie: it’s a bit sketchy dialing in the settings, but I’ve put hundreds upon hundreds of pounds of grain through it with no problems. Correction: I had a problem once where my grain wasn’t milling properly, so I disassembled the mill then reassembled it before realizing I had my drill set on reverse. Speaking of drills, I got a low-RPM/high-torque one from Harbor Freight tools for less than $40 that works like a charm with the Barley Crusher.

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