I haven't gotten it running yet (need to make a spacer to get the mill shaft to the height of the motor shaft), but I can't get it off without tools. I have the L090 version, which is a bit beefier than the L075.
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Great news! I LOVE S-189!
Myles does this more often than I can remember. Haha. He'll commit to killing the "nearly empty keg" and then spend 3-5 days trying to do it. I swear, as soon as the keg hears what his plans are, it starts generating magic beers.It only happens to me when I'm trying ti kill an almost empty keg to put another one on tap. I keep drinking and drinking and there's still beer left....
For me, it's always when I have another beer to keg in the morning. I'll think, "there can't possibly be more than two or three pints left…" Famous last words.
THIS! Need a keg, swear there is 1-2 pints left, wife comes down a few hours later and asks why I'm drinking so much. She doesn't believe the magical keg story for some reason.....
Use a square of some sorts when mounting your mm3. Will save you a bunch of headaches. After seeing all the carpentry work you have done, I'm sure you can handle it.Thank you for the pro tip Steve! I'll use that once I get the motivation to set the thing up.
I have never liked my Barley Crusher. Mine had the same "sticks all the time" issue. I would give it away if anyone local would take the stupid thing.I know I always say this but... people tend to like the mill they have.
I have a BC. I've used it for 7 years and it has always worked great until last Spring when it started having issues pulling grain into the rollers. The main roller would spin but no grain would go through.
That is the issue I had with the BC and the Captain Crush. The BC started doing it after about a year, and the CC did it right off.
Here ya go, it's a good one :Just reread that one. Great resource.