I've been toying with the idea of acquiring my own grain mill for a while now. Has anyone used the kitchenaid grain mill attachment? Kitchenaid's propaganda claims you can use it for cracking grain for homebrewing. Seems kind of pricey. Reviews indicate to me it would be crap for our purposes but fine for breadmaking. I think I've talked myself out of it, but any other opinions would be nice to consider.

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Go to morebeer.com they have great grain mills , and a few to choose from, you want a good mill, your going to spent 109.00 to 395.00 is what they got. I spent 175.00 for mine 5years ago and I love it, grinding before you brew is the best.
What is better...grinding or crushing?
You want to crush the grains right before you brew


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