Motorized MaltMuncher Pro

Motorized MaltMuncher Pro

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Upgrade your homebrewery with a complete, fully motorized malt mill that crushes 6 lbs a minute!  Freshness matters and nothing is as fresh as milling grains the day they will be mashed.  The Malt Muncher Pro makes it easy with its built in heavy duty drive motor. Load your malted grains in the hopper, turn the mill on, and enjoy the action and aroma of milling your own malt.

The super convenient stainless stand with tough bamboo base board (no particle board!) allows for a collection bucket to be slid directly underneath. The precise fit between the bucket and stand is designed to contain grain dust.  The bucket features a handle for easily pouring malt into your mashtun and will hold up to 25lbs of milled grain.  

The MaltMuncher Pro utilizes the the toughest kind of rollers - cold rolled steel - for longevity.  The gap can be adjusted on both ends for an even, consistent crack. The drive is a heavy duty motor with gear reduction that has plenty of torque for start up yet plenty of speed for a suprising production of 6 pounds per minute.  


  • Fully motorized with heavy duty gear reduction motor
  • MaltMuncher two roller mill with 6lb grain chute
  • Mill 6lbs per minute
  • Easy 5 minute assembly
  • Tough bamboo base board
  • Stainless frame
  • Included grain bucket with handle for easy pouring
  • Cold rolled steel rollers sized at 5" long by 1.25" diameter
  • Adjustable rollers at both ends to move the gap from .025" - 0.1"
  • 12 TPI knurl to effectively pull grain through the rollers while still leaving the hulls intact to later form an excellent filter during the sparge



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Item # MILL705
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Availability California - In Stock
Pennsylvania - Out Of Stock
Weight 34LBS
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Frank C on Aug 28, 2019
size and price
Joe A on Aug 28, 2019
Frank C on Aug 28, 2019
ready to upgrade and this was the next step.
Eric Edge on Aug 28, 2019
size and price
Joe A on Aug 28, 2019
Replacing a very old mill and want to go all out.
Donald H on Jun 22, 2019
I have high hopes.
Brent B on Jun 22, 2019
It looked to be the best product for the money
Michael T on Apr 13, 2019
It's the entire kit with motor and stand.
marion t on Mar 23, 2019
best all in one package deal I could find
jason m on Mar 14, 2019
It can help us to improve our time
Salvador M on Sep 26, 2018
Good value - only minimal savings when buying the components separately and assembling them yourself. Ain't nobody got time for that!
Matt S on Sep 19, 2018
Small footprint, good motor, fits 5 gal. bucket
Mark S on Aug 23, 2018
I need a mill and it all comes together and don't have to piece it.
Nathan H on Aug 11, 2018
All in one system. Too busy to piece separate parts together
kris m on Jul 11, 2018
Great combination of features.
John Drake S on Apr 4, 2018
have 1 bbl pilot system which needed a grain mill
Craig Isvak Managing M on Mar 30, 2018
Looking for all-in-one setup starting from nothing
Kurt G on Mar 23, 2018
Couldn't get the MM3 to work. This looks like a convenient option and hopefully it will mill well too.
Charles V on Mar 3, 2018
Sick of holding drill for ever on large grain bills
Scott Snyder on Feb 27, 2018
I like the all-in-one functionality of this setup.
Robert R on Feb 16, 2018
It has everything I wanted to put together separately in one product!
Frank C on Jan 31, 2018
ready to upgrade and this was the next step.
Eric Edge on Aug 28, 2019
Replacing a very old mill and want to go all out.
Donald H on Jun 22, 2019
Is this the 3 roller mill or 2 roller mill?
Dermot Stratton on Jan 30, 2018
BEST ANSWER: 2 roller
Where can I get just the motor & gear reduction assembly?
John Blythin on Jan 29, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The motor can be purchased through our website as part number: MILL702.
This motor will only work with the Malt Muncher brand mills.
IHow big is it???
Stephen F Burns on Dec 29, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hi Stephen - the dims for that product are: H-21", W-14", and L-22"
Does the motor come with a wired power cord?
Garrett Hoepker on Jun 25, 2018
BEST ANSWER: MILL705 is terminated with a standard power cord.
Is it possible to swap the mill for the 3 roller version in this?
Garrett Hoepker on Jun 25, 2018
BEST ANSWER: At this time we do not offer a 3 Roller version of MILL705.
can the motor be used with 120v 50 Hz power supply in stead of 60 Hz?
Noriaki Adachi on Feb 11, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yes, it can.

4.4 / 5.0
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Fantastic grain mill
Fantastic grain mill and fantastic service from More Beer!!!
September 12, 2019
3 weeks ago
as long as you start the motor before loading the grain, this thing works flawlessly. mills very quickly! the included stand and mounting system is top notch. love it!
July 11, 2019
3 months ago
Jammed the first time I used it. Backed off on the gap and now works great. Wish there was more information on setting the gap.
June 7, 2019
4 months ago
Maltmuncher pro
Using the mill for our specialty malts in our 4bbl brewhouse. Works great and is very quiet compared to our old one.
February 9, 2019
8 months ago
just use a drill instead
Motor was unable to mill any malt, and would not constantly spin powered roller. Milling by hand is easier...
November 5, 2018
Works great! As expected.
September 26, 2018
1 year ago
Convenient and Effective Milling
I previously used a popular two-roller mill that sits on top of a bucket and uses a drill connection to turn the rollers. It worked okay but I had to hunch over the bucket to keep the drill trigger pressed, which was an issue for me due to long term back problems. Also, I would sometimes run out the battery on my cordless drill, and the mill/drill combination would sometimes topple off the bucket due to the wonky weight distribution.

The motorized MaltMuncher Pro has proven to be really convenient to use and I am impressed by the features and value. On brew day, I can now simply plug in the mill and start it by turning the rotating safety switch then pour my grains without crouching, without pausing to refill the hopper (since I can stand and feed the hopper as needed for large milling sessions), and without spilling grain all over due to mill/drill instability. The close fit between the provided bucket and the mill minimizes dust generation during the crush so I can mill in the garage without making a mess. The stainless steel base is much nicer than I expected and is a single welded unit, so no assembly needed and nothing to get wobbly over time. I do wish they offered a three-roller version, but then again I've always achieved a satisfactory crush with two rollers so maybe I should stop my whining.

The bamboo mounting surface is solid, though mine has a few surface cracks that I hope will not be a problem in the future. I've run 20 or so batches of grain through the mill and the performance has been consistent and there have been zero problems thus far.

The metal support handle on the included bucket is a nice touch for pouring grain into the mash tun with control and ease.

In summary, while my old mill served me well I find the motorized Maltmuncher Pro to be a worthy upgrade for the convenience it adds to brew sessions.
August 13, 2018
1 year ago
Love this mill!
After years of using my LHBS mill I decided it was time to pick up my own. My main factors for making this decision was being able to mill the day of my brew day (freshness!) and dial in my crush. I have been completely happy with this mill. It's easy to adjust and the motor runs at the perfect speed. The bucket fits perfectly under keeping the grain dust to a minimum and the handle on it is a nice touch. I would like a slightly larger hopper but overall I am completely happy with this purchase! For the price you can't go wrong.
July 31, 2018