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Grizzly H7775 Cast Iron Corn / Grain Mill

3.6 out of 5 stars 36 customer reviews

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ASIN B000E34C5M
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3.6 out of 5 stars 36 customer reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #396,017 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#719 in Kitchen & Dining > Small Appliances > Specialty Appliances > Food Grinders & Mills
Date first available at Amazon.com September 6, 2012

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By James M. Cochran on December 31, 2007
I use this mill to crush the grain for my beer recipes. It works exceptionally well as a mill, but there are some basic things that were overlooked by the people who designed it.
It stands a little too close to the surface it's attached to. I can't really fit a bowl under it that will hold as much grain as I wish to crush. Also, it should come with a guard of some kind to keep crushed grain from flicking itself out from between the grinding plates and onto my floor or tabletop. My only other concern is that it doesn't seem to have a larger holding area on top. Even for someone who needs to grind less than me I can see the small bowl on top being an annoyance.
As for the good things, it is very efficient and goes through the grain very quickly. It also has an adjustable grinding plates so I can easily adjust the size of my crushed grain. It also takes very little effort to operate.
THIS IS NOT A FLOUR MILL!!! If you are looking for a flour mill, I recommend searching for such. This is an excellent option for people who don't want to spend $200 on an expensive roller mill. THIS product is IDEAL for the small batch homebrewer!
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We purchased the product about a month ago to grind corn for our chicken food mix. While the quality of the grinding is fairly good the handle already needs repair and frequent oiling due to the metal stripping where the handle attaches to the mill. It did not stand up to the process of grinding on a daily basis. The grinder flings corn in several directions and it is hard to contain the cracked corn to the location desired. We are aiming for a 35 gallon metal trash bin. I would not recommend this product unless it would seldom be used.
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I was looking forward to making my own flour using this grinder. But, the thing does not really grind fine enough. The finest I was able to achieve is a corn meal sized granularity.

Also, there is a tin coating on the cast iron. I guess this prevents corrosion. I didn't expect it to have any sort of coating though.
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After scouring the web for a Corona or Victoria and seeing how pricey they were, I broadened my search and found this gem. For homebrewing this thing works great for getting the grains cracked without pulverizing them. I personally don't get into a hurry when I brew, so the smaller hopper and longer milling times doesn't really bother me. Also, I have ground coffee with the mill for brewing in a French press with superb results, though I don't know how well it would do for a finer grind.

There are some downsides to this mill. This is a Chinese product. I tried my hardest to buy American, but the only affordable mill made here was on backorder for 4-6 weeks. Also, it helps to have aluminum foil or tupperware improvised shield above the burrs to prevent materials from being spread all over.
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I ground hard red wheat and great northern beans with my new mill tonight. You have to feed what you're grinding through a few times to get a fine grind. In order to grind beans, you need to loosen the bolts that hold the pressure plate against the mill for the first time through. I agree with another reviewer that the directions are printed wrong as the nylon spacers should be between the pressure plate and the grinder. In order to clean the unit, you have to unscrew 3 screws and pull out a cotter pin. The screws are pretty easy to strip so I got new ones from the local hardware store, they are M5-.80x10. It is also a pain to deal with a cotter pin every time you want to clean the mill, so I replaced it with a hitch pin. It works for what I use it for and I'm satisfied.
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This thing is pitiful. Really bad. It didn't last 15 min's out of the package before I put it right back in to return.

Two main problems:

The smell - the box it came in, the manual, the parts, everything REAKED of gasoline / chemicals / moth balls. Smell was overwhelming. Did not make me so excited to have it touch my food.

The construction - machining was just amateur. Nothing fit flush, screws could not be easily turned due to their protruding onto the frame. The auger itself was warped such that when it turned it would move in and out against the base...all wobbly. There would be no way to get a consistent grind. This is the main thing that the device does - grind stuff and it would fail miserably at that.
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This Grizzly grain grinder is extremely noisy and clumsily designed. The package comes with a terrible smell of the machine oil, like W40. The company ( Grizzly) sold it doesn't pay for it's return shipping and charges restocking fee.

Grizzly H7775 Cast Iron Corn / Grain Mill
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I bought this grain mill mostly as an herb and spice grinder instead of using my high end grain mill. With that in mind, it works as advertised and likely much better than lower priced herb grinders. I would not recommend this for grinding any significant volume of gain for things like baking several loaves of bread unless it would be rarely used. It might produce a finer ground product if you were to regrind a 2nd time. One grind will be fine for herbs.

I find that I need to keep tightening the tension on the grinding plates while grinding. Perhaps the addition of lock washers will help with this. Also, they could have made the side tension bolts about 1/2 inch or so longer. There are not many threads for the wing nuts to grab on to. I went to Lowes to look for some stainless steel replacements. I could not find an optimal replacement. The original bolts and nuts ones are metric so if you replace the bolts with longer ones, you likely will need the matching wing nuts and get lock washers while you are at it.

It also requires a sturdy table or work surface so the table does not walk away while grinding. That is similar to other mills I have used. On the other hand, the base is small and the clamp is not big enough to allow it to fit on my regular work table.

The grinder works, but with just a few little tweaks by the mfg. it could get another star.
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