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Buying A Mattmill In Germany

Discussion in 'Gear and Equipment' started by Drewgong, 21/8/19.

 

  1. Drewgong

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    Gday fellas been reading a heap of old threads on different grain mills and have decided to go german. Ive looked on braufox however i will be in Germany in January Visiting Munich and Frankfurt. Im trying to find a supplier in one of these cities i also see a few additional models available in Germany that braufox doesnt offer. Main problem is every site i find is in german my old phone used to always ask if i wanted to translate the page but my s9 does not. Any links would be great or if anyone knows of any suppliers in Munich or Frankfurt.
     
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    Google translate also does websites
     
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    Yeah cheers fellas got onto google chrome makes life a bit easier. jyst tring to find an actual shop ill be able to go to whilst there.
     
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    I got the Komfort, I doubt there is a better mill easily adjusted, no wear and tear still as good as the day I got it.
     
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    Yeah thats what im going for , rough figures say ill save $140 buying it there Thats not including postage from braufox . I was suprised at the weight of it wondering now if its worth the wait and the weight of carrying it around europe for 6 weeks.
    are you hand cranking it or did you get a motor?
     
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    A lot of homebrew suppliers in Germany (or the number of EU suppliers that happily deliver there) are online. You could always get it delivered a few days before you leave to your hotel but I would speak with the shop beforehand to confirm they will do it.
     
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    I use a drill.
     

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