Welcome to Monster Brewing Hardware
NEW YouTube Videos are UP!
We have posted two YouTube Videos to help answer some of the questions we get frequently. How to set the gap on our three roller, and how to properly mount the mill to it's base are both covered. These were somewhat impromptu, but cover the basic steps of setting up your mill. Check out the Monster Channel here.
ALL MILLS are in stock.
As of 8-28-14, we have ALL mills and most options in stock. We are currently OUT of 2" stainless steel rollers. Orders for 2.0 series mills with stainless rollers will be slightly delayed. Orders will be filled as soon as possible in the order that they were received. We are doing everything we can to get all orders out as soon as possible. Please understand this, and have patience. You should receive and e-mail from either Stamps.com or UPS with your tracking information when we print your shipping label, usually (but not always) the night before your mill is scheduled to go out. Due to high demand, our lead times have increased. Always check your paypal linked e-mail address for tracking numbers, and check here for stock status.
Special! 1/2" shaft upgrades only $5
We have some extra 1/2" drive rollers for the MM-2 and MM-3 mills that need to move. Until further notice, all 1/2" drive shaft upgrades on the MM-2 and MM-3 mills are only $5. You must have a 1/2" drill to accomodate the larger shaft. This may be a good excuse to upgrade your power equipment!
Monster Mills are made in the USA.
We machine the rollers, and frames here in Atlanta. Our hopper parts are cut in North Dakota, and our bases are cut by a local cabinet maker. Monster Brewing Hardware is a US company based in Georgia, and all our products are produced domestically, always have been, and always will be.
We STRONGLY RECOMMEND UPS as your shipping option.
We've been offering UPS for a while now, and are having much success with their services. You can select UPS as a shipping method on the drop down list on our shopping cart. There will be many situations where UPS will be less expensive than USPS, mostly when you are somewhere close to us here in Atlanta, or at least on the east coast. It also depends on what you order. Their service is far superior to the post office in tracking, and reliability. We always take care of our customers, but when problems arise, its a pain for all of us. UPS is as fast or faster than Priority mail. I do recommend this option over the USPS at this time. Unfortunately for international parcels, priority mail is the only economic option.