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Item #: B21
Our Price: $89.99
In Stock, Will Ship On 02/25/2018.
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This precisely machined mill from Keg King features two 5" by 1¼" hard Cro-Molly steel rollers for durability and ease of crush. This twin roller mill with aluminum hopper holds 6 pounds of grain, and is precisely machined for smoothness of operation and durability. The hopper is 10½" tall, and features a rubber top rim to prevent injury.

The Cro-Molly rollers are gap-adjustable at both ends from .025 to .10".  We find for general use, setting the gap halfway between .025" and .050" works perfectly.  The detachable handcrank can be removed to install an electric drill. The shaft is 10mm wide. Using a 3/8" drill at 200 rpm gives you a crush rate of 5 pounds per minute. The mill can be mounted to a base you fabricate using two M6-1.00 pitch metric screws (not included, available at any hardware store).  This is the best quality mill we have found in this price range.

Assembly required, you will need to screw the hopper together with the included machine screws. See the instructions below.

Note: For use with malted barley only, not for use with corn.

Click to download the instructions in pdf format.


Average Rating:
(based on 6 reviews)

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by Glenn Peters
on 2/5/2018
from Denver
Good mill for the price
Bought this to replace my 5 year old worn out Barley Crusher. It bolted right into the hopper and base of the BC. I like the gap adjust mechanism of this mill more than the BC. Basically the same mill for less $.
by Travis
on 5/13/2017
from Seattle
Excellent value
Bought this mill to replace an old problem child William's mill that they used to sell.

Works great and seems much better build quality than the old mill. I was able to salvage the base from the old mill.

Would recommend.
by Mark
on 1/29/2017
from Rohnert Park, CA
Great value, easy to use
My mill arrived very quickly and was easy to assemble. I never bothered with the handle, my cordless drill made short work of the barley I tested it with. My first brew day j just milled straight into my mash tun, I wish the hopper was a little bigger but I'm sure I can make something if it keeps bugging me. My efficiency was way up, and am saving with bulk purchasing. I look forward to my next brew day when I don't need to make a run to the LHBS the day before.
by Jon D
on 10/19/2016
from Memphis
DYI Mill
I have to say it looks to be a decent product for the price. The rollers are a little bigger than my previous mill and it comes with a nice rubber guard strip for the top of the hopper, but otherwise it appears similar to the last one I purchased in this price range from Williams before.
Unfortunately the last one burned up in a fire so that base is gone and I missed in the description that this one does not come with a base for using on top of a bucket as did the last one. A little more DYI than I expected and .
by Mark Trent
on 9/29/2016
from CA
Seems like a great mill
My old mill finally died after ~15 years use. I don't even remember the brand name of the old mill but this one looks similar. The gap does not close a close as my old mill and I was worried that it wouldn't adjust close enough as I like to mill as fine as I can get away with. So I set the mill as close a possible and got, what I consider, the perfect crush. No one I know mills as fine as I do so this mill should fit anyone's needs. 
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1/9/2018 2:55:39 PM
Can a power tool be attached instead of the handle for grinding?
Yes, you can use a drill
11/9/2017 10:45:05 PM
Will it crush malted wheat?
Yes it can.
8/14/2017 3:31:37 PM
What gap setting are people using with this mill?
We find for general use, setting the gap halfway between .025" and .050" works perfectly.
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