Kegco Grain Mill with 11lb Hopper and 3 Rollers

Model: KM11GM-3R
23 Reviews
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  • 11 lb. capacity aluminum grain hopper
  • Heavy-duty three-roller mill with adjustable secondary gap-spacing
  • Features integral drive shaft and axles
  • Grain mill can be hand-cranked or motorized with a corded electric drill
  • Now includes a black metal base that fits over common 5 gallon buckets

The Kegco KM11GM-3R Grain Mill is perfect for large batches and high efficiency milling. With three rollers, all your grain will be crushed twice in one cycle. The initial crush is through the fixed gap between the top two rollers, and then the grain passes through the second gap between the drive roller and the adjustable bottom third roller. The initial pass slightly flattens the grain, getting it ready for the next crush that breaks apart the grains and loosens the starch with minimal husk damage

The aluminum hopper can hold up to 11 lbs of grains and the roller body features an alloy block frame that houses three steel rollers on stainless steel ball bearings. The drive shaft and all axles are integral to the roller, which makes clockwise or counter-clockwise drive possible. A hand crank is included, but the mill can be easily motorized with a corded electric drill. You don't need any additional attachments, just stick the drill on and go. Stainless knurled knobs allow a gap spacing adjustment range of .070". Adjusting is simple - just loosen the adjustment screws, adjust the gap and tighten the adjustment screws. Now includes a black metal base that fits over common 5 gallon buckets.

  • 6" long adjustable gap
  • Fully adjustable mill
  • 0.060 fixed primary gap, 0-0.065 fully-adjustable secondary gap
  • Dual eccentric adjusters built from stainless steel for no galling
  • 8 lbs / minute is average throughput
  • 6" x 1.5" diameter steel rollers
  • Crankshaft can be turned clockwise or counterclockwise
  • Durable alloy frame
  • Stainless steel ball bearings
UPC: 700697198881


Great mill

After putting together I loaded her up and hooked up my cordless drill and have her a spin! The mill worked great!!! Nothing better than fresh product!😁


Quality Machinery

Adjustments stay put, beefy construction, built to do some work!


Much better than two roller mills

This is my 3rd mill. The first 2 were the cheaper with 2 aluminum rollers. I brew with a Grainfather, and it's pretty sensitive to grain crush. Too fine and you don't get a good circulation. Too coarse and you get poor efficiency. At the factory setting this mill is perfect. The husk is left in tact, and the endosperm is cracked and exposed. I'm getting great performance on my Grainfather with this mill. The hopper holds a lot, and the mill is easy to crank. I hand crank my grain since I'm only doing 5 gallon batches. This mill is less tiring than the 2 roller mills. The ball bearings make it easy to crank. It is heavy, sturdy, and the steel base is really nice. Just rest it on a bucket and you're good to go. I can hand crank 10 or 11 pounds of grain in about 5 minutes. It takes longer to go to the garage and get a drill. I think this is better than the Monster Mill because of the ball bearings. The only difficulty is adjusting the gap. I've not done it yet, but I like to use a feeler gauge when I do. I don't know how I could use a feeler gauge when adjusting these due to the way the rollers are situated in the frame. Great mill overall!


Nice, good quality mill
Yeasty Boy

I've owned Barley Crusher and recently a Cereal Killer mills. Both are 2 roller mills with smaller diameter aluminum rollers. I bought this mill because the Cereal Killer was tearing up the grain husks and I was getting slow sparges and almost stuck mashes on my Grainfather (which is pretty sensitive to grain crush). The crush with the mill is really good. The grain is crushed but the husks are in tact for the most part. I get better sparging and my recirculating mashes circulate through the grain very well and the efficiency hasn't changed. This mill weighs quite a bit more than the Cereal Killer due to the steel rollers, and the thick, steel base. I used the adjustment out of the box which works well. Adjusting the gap on this looks like it could be difficult. Also, I use the old hand crank method and it's quicker and easier than the Cereal Killer. The steel base is nice and thick and provides a good framework for the mill. It works well over a bucket if you hold it down while you're milling. The hopper took a little while to put together, but not a big deal. I got a good price on it too, so it was a good purchase.


Works Great

Arrived quickly. Semi-easy to assemble. Works perfectly. Went thru 25 pounds of grain in less than 2 minutes. Looks like and works like Monster Mill. Probably the same factory, different name? Over $100 cheaper. I recommend this.

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what size and weight does the box have. I need the information to send to Colombia
by Wilher on October 23, 2018
Shipping weight is 20 lbs and packaging dimensions are 14" x 12" x 12".
by Krystina on October 24, 2018
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What is the optimum rpm for powering a kegco 3 roller mill?
by waterpirate on November 03, 2018
Hello, This unit has been designed to run at slow and fast speeds resulting in the consistent grain crushing results.
by Ben on November 08, 2018
Staff Answer
Where is this made?
by Tony on December 05, 2018
Hello Tony,

This is made over seas to be more specific China. hope this helps and thank you for your question.

Thank you,
by Hector on December 06, 2018
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How is 25% off of $159.49 result in $10? You all need to check your math.
by Leo Wiszniewski on May 16, 2019
The item already has 20% off. The 25% off adds the additional 5%.
by Jake on July 31, 2019
Staff Answer
Can the mill be adjusted for a fine crush used in BIAB method?
by TC on August 19, 2019
Yes, this grain mill will crush a very fine consistency. from 0.00 to 0.065

0.060 fixed primary gap, 0-0.065 fully-adjustable secondary gap
by Ben on August 23, 2019
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