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Half Off Our Roller Grain Mill - All Grain Brewing

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Vintage Shop Roller Grain Mill with Hopper is built solid ready to get you milling your own grain and now its 1/2 off the suggested price! Grain stays fresh longer if it is not crushed so you save money by buying whole kernel malts and milling just before your brew day. Easy to assemble and use. Just fit your mill over your grain bucket and get milling. The hopper can hold up to 10 lbs of grain. Get your grain mill today for only $74.99!

How is all-grain brewing different from extract brewing?

The main difference happens in the wort production stage. If you brew from extract, you developed your wort by dissolving malt extract in water, and steeped some specialty grains for additional flavoring. As an all-grain brewer, you will make your wort from malted grains and water. The basic idea behind all-grain wort production is close to making tea:

You soak crushed, malted grains in hot water to change starch into sugar, then drain away the resulting sugary liquid, which is your wort.

Some homebrewers opt for a 3-vessel method but you can do a simplified version by - remember this - Brewing in a Bag (BIAB). 

What is BIAB?

Brew-in-a-bag - or Australian method - consists of lining a 10-gallon (38-L) pot with a nylon or polyester mesh bag, adding enough water to account for grain absorption and the pre-boil volume. The grain is poured into the bag-lined kettle and stirred to start the mash. When the mash is over, the bag is lifted from the wort and allowed to drain. The wort is then boiled with hops as usual.

What do I need? You'll need a grain mill, a 10-gallon pot and nylon bags. Our new brew pots have a heavier bottom for less scorching and boil-overs, plus, they're constructed out of 201 stainless steel with a non-ported solid body design. Easy cooking, easy cleaning. Save time and money when you invest in a quality brew pot!

Now that you're ready to brew