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Mighty Mill 3 Roller Grain Mill | Stainless Steel Knurled Rollers | Adjustable Gap Setting | 7 lb Hopper Capacity | Metal Base Included
MILL353

Mighty Mill 3 Roller Grain Mill | Stainless Steel Knurled Rollers | Adjustable Gap Setting | 7 lb Hopper Capacity | Metal Base Included

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Description

  • Mill your own grains on brew day for increased freshness and higher efficiency!
  • Adjustable gap setting allows you to fine tune your preferred crush level and adapt to the kernel size of different malts
  • Gap settings are etched into the mill body for easy reference
  • 304 stainless steel knurled rollers efficiently pull grain through while leaving hull intact to form an excellent filter bed for sparging
  • 3 roller mills are more effective at cracking the husk of the grain and offer better crushing performance in a single pass
  • 2 driven rollers further improve performance as both top rollers grab grain and pull it into the gap
  • Included crank handle can be detached to power the driven roller with an electric drill or motor
  • Comes with metal base featuring guides on both sides to help secure the mill when placed over a bucket

Milling trouble never hangs around when it hears this Mighty sound! The Mighty Mill will be a superhero in your brewery while still being one of the most affordable full grain mill setups. Featuring 304 stainless steel knurled rollers, 7-pound aluminum hopper, with base board and mounting hardware included. Easily operate via the crank handle, or remove the crank and rotate the driven roller with an electric drill. The adjustable rollers can be set in a gap range from 0.025" to 0.1", allowing you to fine tune your crush based on the grain and personal preference.

  • 7 lb aluminum hopper
  • Smooth grip crank handle
  • Adaptable for use with power drill
  • 304 knurled steel rollers
  • Adjustable gap setting from 0.025" to 0.1"
  • Metal base board sits comfortably on 5- or 6.5-gallon plastic buckets

Please note: This mill is designed for use with brewing grains only. It will not work for cracking whole kernel corn.

 

Item # MILL353
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Availability California - Out Of Stock
Pennsylvania - In Stock
Weight 17 LBS
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Why did you choose this?
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2 roller kept slipping
Douglas M on Dec 27, 2022
This is a Christmas gift for my husband (Jeff), and I'm using his account to purchase it so that he has record of it.
Jeffrey W on Nov 16, 2022
2 roller kept slipping
Douglas M on Dec 27, 2022
Great review. Easy to adjust setting
John B on Nov 28, 2022
This is a Christmas gift for my husband (Jeff), and I'm using his account to purchase it so that he has record of it.
Jeffrey W on Nov 16, 2022
3 roller
William B L on Sep 30, 2022
The hard plastic base and pre-measured Dial for gap adjustments
Nicholas L D on Sep 12, 2022
Good reviews
Jeffrey K on Aug 31, 2022
reviews
Stefan B on Aug 24, 2022
i need to replace a barley crusher
Paul on Aug 19, 2022
I've looked at all the alternatives, and this seems like the best at this price point.
Michael Weiss on Aug 3, 2022
It is my first grain mill. It had good reviews and was in my budget
W Brian T on Jul 29, 2022
read good reviews. Looking to mill proper size for my Spike Solo. Pre crushed grains are too coarse
jamie walkowiak on Jul 12, 2022
Appears to be a well constructed mill with easy gap adjustment. Would like to see a hopper extension at some point
Bryan W on Jul 8, 2022
highest quality
Michael L on Jun 17, 2022
To replace my 2 roller Barley Crusher mill which is no longer working correctly.
WILLIAM A GERRARD on Jun 7, 2022
3 roller mill, bearings for rollers, easy adjustability.
Michial D H on Jun 2, 2022
Wanted a mill that had 3 rollers and were Stainless Steel. Reviews looked good and the price was right, so I will give it a go.
Wesley W on May 5, 2022
Gear driven top rollers
Valued C on Apr 24, 2022
After tiring research your video convinced me.
Jeffery Mark H on Apr 23, 2022
all inclusive
Jimmy G on Apr 20, 2022
Has all the features I need at an affordable price.
Bradley G on Apr 11, 2022
Youtube video convinced me a
Brian Woolf on Apr 11, 2022
3 roller as design
John L H on Apr 6, 2022
I was looking for a gear driven mill since my last one was a grain driven and it failed on me so I wanted something that would turn both rollers and not fail on me
ANDREW S on Mar 19, 2022
good user reviews
Kevin Peryea on Mar 10, 2022
Looked like the best gift for a homer brewer in the family.
Uncle Hank on Mar 5, 2022
good reviews, did research on a lot of mills
Joseph on Mar 1, 2022
design features: number of rollers, the way it adjusts and it comes with a base.
Henry F B on Mar 1, 2022
looking for a mill after mine blew a bearing and seized. tons of searching, 3 roller was what I decided on, geared rollers sealed the deal
anthony r on Feb 23, 2022
geared three roller
Randy Z on Feb 22, 2022
to grind up my chicken feed
vincent p on Feb 15, 2022
To grind grain
Rod S on Feb 1, 2022
this is the least expensive geared crusher on the market, the dual drive rolls are critical to ensuring grain hulls remain intact
tom g on Jan 22, 2022
Reviews
Derek M on Jan 6, 2022
You know why
Cole Christian on Dec 14, 2021
Based on positive reviews saying that it is superior to their previous mill and the metered adjustment knob, which I haven't seen on other mills.
Jason M on Dec 14, 2021
geared rollers
NATHALIE L on Dec 14, 2021
Good reviews and hoping it lives up to the hype.
James Kromer on Dec 2, 2021
Good reviews
zach S on Nov 29, 2021
I like the adjustment and my two roller mill is hard to set.
mortfrom on Nov 19, 2021
I like the three rollers, finger guard, and the gap settings etched on the mill
Andrew E M on Nov 6, 2021
Looking for a three roller mill and this seemed to be a decent price.
Tom C on Oct 13, 2021
Used one in the past works great
Timothy M on Oct 8, 2021
Looked over the internet and this seemed the best deal
Br A on Sep 27, 2021
to mill grain
cperac on Sep 5, 2021
Descent reviews with a decent price.
Chris G on Sep 1, 2021
Will look forward to receiving mid august,,,Thank-you
Bell Randall on Aug 19, 2021
Two powered rollers and great reviews.
Gregory G on Aug 19, 2021
price & reviews
Eric H on Apr 27, 2021
I have 28 years home brewing experience. I've built grain milles and used many others. A friend who has a homebrew supply shop uses one for customers. The price is reasonable and I want it.
Terry Murphree on Apr 13, 2021
Great review. Easy to adjust setting
John B on Nov 28, 2022
3 roller
William B L on Sep 30, 2022
It looks like the two top rollers are geared so both are powered, only the bottom roller free wheels. Is this the case?
Gerald Kroupa on Feb 25, 2021
BEST ANSWER: That is the case. Two top are geared and gap easily adjusted with a calibrated dial. Very smooth.
What is the diameter of the drive shaft?
Gerald Kroupa on Feb 25, 2021
BEST ANSWER: The drive shaft is 1/4 in hex shaft. Fits most all drills. I however suggest you use a drill larger enough to grind your grains. Small simple home owner type drills may not have enough power to run the grinder for larger grain bill brews.
What is the fixed gap between the top rollers?
Tom l on Sep 6, 2021
Since the mill is made from aluminum and stainless, is it safe to clean by hosing down with water?
Jeffrey Hewit on Aug 1, 2022
BEST ANSWER: The rollers are 304 stainless steel, and the hopper is aluminum, but I don't trust that nuts and bolts and other things are stainless steel so I don't wash mine with water. I blow mine out with an air compressor.
Will this mill whole wheat berries for making bread?
Paul Blair on Apr 26, 2022
BEST ANSWER: No. My wife and i tried that. Great for beer making, not for bread flour.
What is the maximum recommended rpm?
Jeffrey Hewit on Aug 25, 2022
BEST ANSWER: 300 RPM
Has anyone figured out how to add a motor to this?
Adam Semitekol on Mar 28, 2023
BEST ANSWER: I have not. I haven't actually tried. I use a corded drill and the mill grinds fast enough that I don't find it to b e a burden. With its large hopper, I can usually do enough grain in two fills. Takes more time to weigh the grain than to mill it.
What is the diameter of the rollers?
Jesse Ewing on Jul 10, 2021
BEST ANSWER: 1 1/2 “
Will this work with a 3/8" drill or does it require a 1/2" drill?
Richard Swent on Apr 4, 2021
BEST ANSWER: 3/8" drill works great. I bought this hoping it would work with my old school dewalt 18v cordless drill, and I just ran the mill with it for the first time yesterday. It chewed through the grain like it was butter. Love it.
What is the height of the drive shaft from the bottom of the mill to the center of the shaft in mm?
Don Tupper on May 2, 2023
Reviews

4.4 / 5.0
39 Reviews
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Rated 2 out of 5
Not Durable
The handle mounting strips out after a couple of uses. If you do buy one plan on using a drill to power it. Worked well for about 18 months and then gap setting/maintaining mechanism failed. I haven't disassembled it yet but I'm guessing something else stripped out. I would not recommend this item.
December 10, 2023
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Rated 2 out of 5
Mill Needs Improvements
While I rarely write reviews, I feel compelled to share my experience with this mill to hopefully help other's make the best decision when choosing the right mill for their needs.

I've had my 3-roller Mighty Mill for over a year now and unfortunately as much as I wanted to really like this mill, IMO, there are some improvements that need to be made.

1. Mill Gap is not consistent and doesn't actually represent true measurements when checking with a feeler gauge. The .025 setting is more like .035.

2. Crush can be inconsistent because the gap is different throughout the length of the rollers, and this is after ensuring the mill gap is set correctly on both ends.

3. When setting mill gap to .025, I would expect a pretty fine crush, as stated above not the case.

4. The crank handle should be modified to remove the skinny hexagonal shaft which will bend easily if your mill gets jammed during milling, also by removing the hexagonal shaft you could connect a 1/2" drill straight to the main shaft which provides better stability when milling.

What I do like about the mill are the following:

1. The geared rollers which guarantees that the rollers will grab the grain when milling even if they start to wear down.

2. Easy to adjust the mill gap even though it's not accurate.

3. Sturdy mill, however rollers are not the highest quality.

4. The hopper holds close to 10 LBS of grain and mill does do a great job of milling grains quickly.

Finally, if you are a BIAB brewer and looking for higher efficiency I do not recommend this mill. My 2-roller Barley Crusher Mill provided a tighter/more accurate roller gap consistency and much better efficiency.
July 26, 2023
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Rated 1 out of 5
Great Idea but Flawed Execution
Been using this mill a hole now and have had time to give a more accurate review.

The way the handle attaches to the post extending from the mill is very weak. Even tightening the set screw more doesn't help. Had to buy a proper set screw to get any meaningfully securing, and even then it still shears…which brings me to the real problem.

The third roller is not geared to either of the two upper rollers. When you try to grind by hand the grain packs up on top of the lower roller, and binds up the mill. This happens no matter what gap setting is set to. The only way to fix this, once it become compacted is to rotate to mill the opposite direction while hitting it with a rubber mallet, and then all while hitting it with a rubber mallet, start rotating it the proper direction.

Even if you try to rotating the handle while pouring in the grain it still binds up because the third lower roller is not initially rotating.

Fix…gear the lower roller to either of the two upper rollers.
February 18, 2023
Purchased
1 year ago
Response from MoreFlavor
So sorry to hear about your experience. Thank you so much for your feedback. We really appreciate the honesty and value great feedback like this as it helps us improve our products. We try very hard to create the best experience for our customers and provide quality products. For any questions or concerns you can reach out to our customer service team by scrolling to the bottom, right-side of our web page and following the appropriate link. We are here to help. Cheers!
February 23, 2023
Lizzy
Rated 5 out of 5
This mill is a beast I highly recommend it. Being gear driven you don't have to worry about the rollers not pulling the grain through the mill
This mill is a beast!! Highly recommend
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February 8, 2023
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 4 out of 5
Finally got it working
I am new to using a grain mill and am excited at the opportunity save money on each brew. My first frustration was trying to use the crank handle with grains in the hopper. It wouldn't stay tight on the drive shaft thus not allowing me to grind the grain. I switched to using my 20V 1/2" drill and could not get the drive shaft to move clockwise. It felt like something was stuck in the rollers. I switched the drill to reverse (counter clockwise) and was able to move the grains thru the mill. The only problem was that the mill doesn't grind the grains going counter clockwise. I wish the instructions mentioned it. Finally, I put the drill on high speed and it finally started grinding. I really had to hold onto the drill so it jerk backwards. Now it works great and not long feel like it is jammed. I wish mill came with more instructions and helpful tips.
January 8, 2023
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 4 out of 5
Good Mill with some design flaws
It’s a good mill with some design flaws.

Pros: sturdy mill with fairly easy adjustments. Mills grain quickly and with minimal dust. The baseplate is awesome and well fitted for a bucket.

Cons: The handle to hand crank is horrible. A round hole that is just tightened on with a screw for tension. Within 3 minutes it already was useless (would not hold) and I switched to the drill. Not a huge issue but the handle issues make it no longer an option to use. Additionally, be sure to only crank clockwise as the mill will send unmilled grain down if turning the other way. The protective ring for the top continually comes off and I’ll be implementing a duct tape solution to this problem.

Overall, I’m glad I have it. Some minor design flaws that just make it “slightly annoying” to adapt to do not keep this mill from being used. I just wish I had this information prior to buying to determine if this was the mill for me.
December 25, 2022
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 4 out of 5
Works best with a 1/2" 18v minimum cordless drill.
This is a great mill; pretty solid, although the hopper is a bit flimsy. I gave this 4 instead of 5 for the below reasons:

1. The machined end of the shaft (to attach a 3/8 drill) is slightly off-kilter on mine, making me think my drill chuck was wobbly; tried with two different drills, same thing. I got myself a Dewalt 20v Max 1/2" which will chuck past the machined part directly onto the shaft, and the wobble disappeared.

2. Mill arrived with the base attached, but it wasn't on there correctly; my bad for not checking before running it. I did check that the screws were tight, but during the first run one of the adjusting knobs fell off, and the tightening nuts loosened. I removed the base completely, reinstalled the knob, tightened the base down like it owed me money, and it runs fine now.

A word of caution; if you're going to run this mill with a drill, do NOT use any drill other than one that has the 1-2 speed adjustment and the high-torque setting. My corded drill does not have the torque required unless I run it at high speeds, which isn't great for it.

Another warning; make absolutely sure that the fasteners on the hopper are really tight before running. Here's how I know this mill is a solid piece of equipment; one of the nuts (that I thought I tightened pretty good) vibrated off during the second run, and the nut of course went to the rollers. I'm lucky I didn't break my wrist, let alone the mill. Got it out, took the base off to check the rollers, all was fine. *NOTE* the machined-down part of the shaft wasn't true before this happened either.

Going to keep it, as it is a vast improvement on my old two-roller. Produces a very nice even crush, although I was a little alarmed when I saw what looked like intact kernels after running it at 0.025; quick rub between the fingers showed that they were very squished and fell apart easily.
December 13, 2022
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Just Mounted!
I could not submit this without selecting a rating so I chose what I am expecting!
I will submit a review when I use it for the first time this week. I am expecting only great results from everything I have heard about the Mighty Mill!!??
Just finished mounting it and looking forward to using it for the first time later this week!??
Just finished mounting it and looking forward to using it for the first time later this week!??
October 25, 2022
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Great product
The grain mill feel like it is great quality.

The assembly process is really straightforward.
July 25, 2022
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Rated 4 out of 5
Driving roller
Hello, I don't like the training roller shaft. It is too small and it is difficult to couple it with a coupling with a motor. I don't know how I'm going to do it. I would have liked a key path as it would have been easier for me. For the whole mechanism except the drive shaft, it's a super good buy for me, thank youWrite your review here. It must be at least 20 characters long. Consider whether you would recommend this product and what you like or dislike about it.
June 24, 2022
Purchased
over 2 years ago