This of course is most likely common knowledge to most....

My question is: We all talk about the importance of changing out the burrs on our grinders. I would like to know what the typical life cycle on burrs is? What do worn burrs look like and feel like? What do shots coming off of worn burrs taste like?

Any insight would be much appreciated.

Thanks

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Sarah Dooley said:
not trying to be sassy, by the way ;)

Awww... why not? That's what discussion groups are for!
well said, but don't tell anyone...

Brady said:
Sarah Dooley said:
not trying to be sassy, by the way ;)

Awww... why not? That's what discussion groups are for!
Thank you all so much,

This is very helpful. The resulting irregular grind from dull burrs, then resulting in irregular water flow and irregular extraction makes a lot of sense. The poundage info is very helpful as well.

We will be due for changes here in a couple of months so this is great to know when that should happen exactly.

Sam

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