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Northern Brewer - Hullwrecker 2-Roller Grain Mill with Metal Bas

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Northern Brewer - Hullwrecker 2-Roller Grain Mill with Metal Bas

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Product description

For perfectly milled grains, ease of use and superior dependability, look no further than the Hullwrecker grain mill. Our new two roller mill takes the guess work out of achieving the ideal crush for your brewery. The Hullwrecker grain mill features a fully adjustable roller gap from 0.025” all the way to 0.1”, allowing you to finely tune the crush to your extract preference. Features included sealed bearing (not bushings!), a 7 Ib capacity grain hopper, an ergonomic crank handle with rubberized comfort grip, and unlike other available grain mills, the Hullwrecker comes complete with a custom designed metal base that fits perfectly on any standard 5 or 6.5 gallon plastic bucket.

Features:
Sealed ball bearings
Ergonomic crank handle
7 Ib capacity grain hopper
Included heavy duty metal base, fits on standard 5 or 6.5 gallon plastic buckets
Use with included comfort-grip crank handle, or electric drill
This mill is not intended to be used with corn

Northern Brewer - Hullwrecker 2-Roller Grain Mill with Metal Bas

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