The Barley Crusher Malt Mill – $129.99 + Free Shipping, Limited Availability & Hands on Review!
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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.
- 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 drill motor at 500 RPM gives you a crush rate of 6 pounds a minute making the big grain bills fast and easy.
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I’ve used a Barley Crusher for years. It’s a great mill
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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.