MoreBeer!® UltiMill - The Ultimate Grain Mill

MoreBeer!® UltiMill - The Ultimate Grain Mill

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If you aspire to build the ultimate homebrewery then you should really consider MoreBeer!'s Ultimate Grain Mill. With a stainless construction, 60lb grain hopper with lid, fully adjustable hardened steel rollers, and explosion proof motor this is the top-of-the-line grain mill for homebrewers and a great choice for a nano brewery.

The all stainless hopper holds a sack of malted grain. The included stainless lid keeps dust down and keeps your hopper clean for your next batch. The mill body itself is also made from stainless steel while the 2" diameter rollers are made from hardened steel for longevity. The rollers adjust on both sides providing for a consistent, even gap the length of the rollers. The rollers are knurled in a pattern that we have found over the years to deliver a great crush and consistent feed.

We use an explosion proof motor, found on commercial mills, because grain dust can ignite if a regular electric motor was to emit a spark. It is a measure of safety to give you and your family peace of mind.  The switch on this unit has been upgraded with a sturdy cover, to further diminish the chance of sparking.

The stainless stand allows for a six gallon reception bucket to be slid under to collect cracked grain. Since grain dust is to be avoided in a brewery we make the bucket-to-stand fit perfectly tight to reduce dust in your brewery. A six gallon bucket will hold 25 pounds of grain, which we have found is a manageable size to lift. For larger batches you can mill into one bucket, turn off the mill, and continue milling into the next bucket.


  • 60 pound capacity stainless hopper with lid
  • Stainless mill body
  • 2" x 4.375" Fully Adjustable hardened steel rollers (Gap range of 0.011 - 0.093 inches)
  • Stainless stand
  • 1/3 hp explosion proof motor with on/off switch
  • 110v Motor pulls 6.6 Amps
  • 38"H x 27"L x 16"W
  • 15 lbs per minute throughput
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Item # MILL1001A
Weight 95 LBS
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Rated 5 out of 5
Good little mill. Would be nice if it had a bigger hopper, but it holds one whole 55 lb bag.
April 29, 2020
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Great addition to save time for a serious home brewer
This machine saves me time, and doesn’t take up that much space in my garage. I measure out my grains for a 15 -25 gallon batch, dump a bucket in and let it do its job while heating my mash water. I only need to pay attention to the crushed grain catch bucket, which just takes knowing how much uncrushed grain to dump in before swapping catch buckets.

I did have to design some wood blocks to shim up the catch bucket for dust control as it discharges to the bucket.
September 24, 2018
over 3 years ago
Rated 4 out of 5
Great Mill
This is a great mill, however there are no, I mean no instructions.

The rollers have thumb screws to adjust the gaps, but it is all trial and error to get the crush right. We had to run lots of small test batches of grain to get the right crush.

This review would be 5 stars if the mill had instructions.
March 15, 2018
over 3 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Very Impressed
Packaging/Crating left a lot to be desired. But luckily the mill came through unscathed. Very well made. Have used it twice and really like it. You can adjust your crush with precision. Looks like it will last forever.
July 3, 2017