you will find that most shops will crack it for you,and do a better jub than a coffee grinderHi guys,
I was reading Nicks All Grain post (stove top brewing) and i noticed that the grain he used, he needed to grind in a coffee grinder.
Can you buy your grain already ground?
Brand for brand? From where? comparing BB ale and pilsner with weyermann or dingemans is not a fair comparison...doubt you save 40-60%! I can get ale and pilsner malt for $2.75 a kg milled. Maybe on say imported grains yeah but I find the aussie malt alright for what I am doing and it works out less then $1 a lt usually for ingredients and I get it weighed and cracked for me, So dont have to buy a mill or anything
Weyermann Pilsner (I use thi as my base malt in everything) is $5 per kg at Craftbrewer. That's $125 per sack.doubt you save 40-60%!
And he will also sell grain by the sack, and helps with sydney bulk buysDunno where you're from, Pat at Absolute Home Brew at St Marys - NSW - will grind your order up, pack it in a heat sealed bag, and there's your lot.
Keeps for ages is stored sensibly.
Perhaps even foolishly.