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50 lb Briess 2 Row – $43.34

Great Fermentations annual Great Grain Sale saves you an additional 15% to 20% off full sakcs of grain.

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Great Fermentations Annual Great Grain Sale

This makes a 50 lb sack of Briess 2 Row just $43.34. Note that shipping is an additional fee. If you’re local, I suggest ordering online to reserve yours and pickup in store.

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Also at Great Fermentations: Tapcooler Counter Pressure Bottle Filler!Hands on Review

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Back In Stock… 10 lbs Wunder Grain – $12.60 + free ship eligible & Our Tips for Finding a Deal on Sacks of Malt

Wunder Grain - 10 lb bag

Wunder Grain – 10 lb bag from Adventures in Homebrewing

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From the product description, check product page for current description, price and availability:

This mixed bag of grain malt is a result of over-mills or errors. We do our best to prevent every error, but sometimes it happens, so we offer you a discounted malt to experiment with. The types of grain in the bag and the exact ratio or combination of base to specialty grains are unknown, nevertheless this has become one of our most popular grains. Many people brew with a bag of Wunder Grain and say that it’s the best beer they’ve ever made! A beer made with a bag of this malt will truly be unique, due to the fact that it can’t be replicated because every bag contains different grains!


 

  • Availability of this offering varies. As of this posting, it’s available again and on sale for $12.60 per 10 lbs. Check product page to see if it’s still available and check current price.
  • Stacks With Free Shipping!  Adventures in Homebrewing is offering free shipping on most orders of $55 or more with a few exclusions.  Add On Items to Consider: PBW | 20% Off Seasonal All Grain Kits | 20% Off Seasonal Extract Kits | Sale Items

Wunder Grain – 10 lb bag

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The Great Grain Sale at Great Fermentations

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Great Fermentations annual Great Grain Sale saves you an additional 15% to 20% off full sakcs of grain.

No coupon code is needed, each product page reflects sale price.

Great Fermentations Annual Great Grain Sale

Compare Total Cost Shipped To This Deal…

Also at Great Fermentations: Tapcooler Counter Pressure Bottle Filler!Hands on Review

More: Recent Great Deals

Price, promotions and availability can change quickly. Check the product page for current price, description and availability.

50 lbs Wunder Grain – $56.70 + Free Shipping

Wunder Grain - 10 lb bag

Wunder Grain – 10 lb bag from Adventures in Homebrewing

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From the product description, check product page for current description, price and availability:

This mixed bag of grain malt is a result of over-mills or errors. We do our best to prevent every error, but sometimes it happens, so we offer you a discounted malt to experiment with. The types of grain in the bag and the exact ratio or combination of base to specialty grains are unknown, nevertheless this has become one of our most popular grains. Many people brew with a bag of Wunder Grain and say that it’s the best beer they’ve ever made! A beer made with a bag of this malt will truly be unique, due to the fact that it can’t be replicated because every bag contains different grains!


 

  • Availability of this offering varies. As of this posting, it’s available again and on sale for $12.60 per 10 lbs. Check product page to see if it’s still available and check current price.
  • Save 10%: Adventures in Homebrewing is taking 10% off most orders of $55 or more when you use coupon code FALL
  • Stacks With Free Shipping!  Adventures in Homebrewing is offering free shipping on most orders of $55 or more with a few exclusions.  Add On Items to Consider: PBW | 20% Off Seasonal All Grain Kits | 20% Off Seasonal Extract Kits | Sale Items
  • Buy 5 of these and apply the coupon code and you’ll get 50 lbs of grain, the equivalent of a sack of grain for $56.70 and shipping will be free if you live in the contiguous US.

Wunder Grain – 10 lb bag – remember promo code FALL

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It’s Fall… Maple Extract, 4 Ounce – $4.61 + Free Prime Ship

Maple Extract, 4 Fl Oz


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  • Strong, clean maple flavor.
  • All natural maple extract.

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9/22/21 10:30 PM Central: This is selling for just $4.61. Shipping is also free to many US addresses with Prime Membership [Try Prime for Free] or a qualifying orderPrices and availability can change quickly.  Check product page for current info – More About Prices

Maple Extract, 4 Fl Oz – note that multiple variations of this product may be available, as such a different version may appear at this link


Hands on Review: Monster Mill MM-3 Grain Mill + Beat Imminent Prices Increases

This review is by Homebrew Finds Contributor Brad Probert.  Brad is an engineer, expert homebrewer and experienced reviewer.  Grab a link to Brad’s website at the end of this review.


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Beat Imminent Prices Increases

Monster Mill has said…  “We have just been notified of a massive increase in sheet metal prices, and have been forced to increase prices for all hoppers, and kits that contain hoppers. We sincerely apologize for the increase, and hope that in the future material prices come down.”

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Monster Mill MM-3

I started milling my own grains not too long after I switched to all-grain. At first I thought the idea was laughable to mill my own grains- why buy something and do the work myself, when I could get it done for free at the homebrew shop? But once my process had stabilized a fair amount, I became frustrated by my inability to hit the recipe’s planned OG. On my batches where my gravity was lower than predicted, I found a notable number of fully intact grains in the spent grains from my mash. Aiming for consistency, I wanted to make sure all my grains were always crushed, so I bought a 2-roller grain mill. That worked well, but if I wanted to optimize mash efficiency, I was always dancing on the edge of a stuck mash.

The 3-roller mill from Monster Brewing Hardware passes through a first pair of rollers that have a fixed gap. That is machined to be 0.060”, with the intention of doing a minimal crush to soften the inside of the grain without really breaking the husk. After the first pair of rollers, it passes through the gap that you can adjust to your liking. The instructions provided with the mill recommend 0.045” for a medium crush, 0.055” for a coarse crush, and 0.038” for a fine crush. But of course the beauty of having your own mill is you can adjust it as you want, based on what works best for you.

The MM-3 3-roller mill comes with some options. The base rollers are 1144 steel alloy that is durable for long life, but can get some surface rust if used in a non-climate-controlled area, or if you wet mill your grain. For those homebrewers, they offer a stainless steel roller option, which they say has the same durability as the steel alloy base rollers. If you are a manic homebrewer, they offer a 3rd option with their MM-3 Pro series, which has heat treated rollers. These apparently have about 10x the life durability, but the price tag roughly doubles over the base MM-3.

The other option to choose from is the drive shaft size. Standard is a 1/2″ drive, but 3/8” is available as a smaller option. The 3/8” really isn’t recommended since 3/8” drive drills typically don’t have the torque to drive this mill. It can also be hard to find a cordless drill with enough torque to drive it, so Monster Mill recommends a corded drill. If you order the grain hopper from Monster Mill, it comes standard in galvanized 20-gauge steel, or optional stainless steel. Galvanized steel is corrosion resistant, so the only real advantage of stainless for your grain hopper is the “bling effect”.


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When shopping for a mill, it’s important to recognize that even if a product looks the same/similar in a picture, there’s more to it than the photo. For example, there is a similar 3-roller mill in the market at a lower price. However, what you can’t tell from the picture is that the rollers are made of a cheaper steel that doesn’t wear as well, and uses non-sealed bearings which are prone to grain dust causing wear problems. Fred Francis, the owner of Monster Mill makes a point of sourcing all of his raw materials from the U.S., and assembling the mills in Georgia. Rather than chase the lowest price point in the market down to the bottom, he focuses on his American supply base and keeping high quality design/materials to ensure a robust product that stands up well with word-of-mouth recommendations

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Recipe for William’s Brewing Baltic Porter!

Baltic Black Porter Recipe!  If you look on the Baltic Black Extract you’ll find the recipe for William’s Baltic Black Porter.

Complete Selection: Malt Extract at William’s Brewing

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Back In Stock… 10 lbs Wunder Grain – $12.60 + free ship eligible & Our Tips for Finding a Deal on Sacks of Malt

Wunder Grain - 10 lb bag

Wunder Grain – 10 lb bag from Adventures in Homebrewing

More Info

From the product description, check product page for current description, price and availability:

This mixed bag of grain malt is a result of over-mills or errors. We do our best to prevent every error, but sometimes it happens, so we offer you a discounted malt to experiment with. The types of grain in the bag and the exact ratio or combination of base to specialty grains are unknown, nevertheless this has become one of our most popular grains. Many people brew with a bag of Wunder Grain and say that it’s the best beer they’ve ever made! A beer made with a bag of this malt will truly be unique, due to the fact that it can’t be replicated because every bag contains different grains!


 

  • Availability of this offering varies. As of this posting, it’s available again and on sale for $12.60 per 10 lbs. Check product page to see if it’s still available and check current price.
  • Stacks With Free Shipping!  Adventures in Homebrewing is offering free shipping on most orders of $55 or more with a few exclusions.  Add On Items to Consider: PBW | 20% Off Seasonal All Grain Kits | 20% Off Seasonal Extract Kits | Sale Items

Wunder Grain – 10 lb bag

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50 lb Sack of Briess Carapils

Malt - Briess - Carapils (50 lb Sack), Brown (1926C)

Malt – Briess – Carapils (50 lb Sack)


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  • Package Dimensions: 19.1 L x 61 H x 40.6 W (centimeters)
  • Package Weight : 23.13 kilograms
  • Country of Origin : United States
  • Part number: 1926C

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Malt – Briess – Carapils (50 lb Sack), Brown (1926C) – note that multiple variations of this product may be available, as such a different version may appear at this link

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Hands on Review: Vittles Vault Stackable Storage Bins for Homebrew Grain Storage!