Northland Brewing. Tim Cichon Northland Brewing is a shot of my system functioning following with a couple different side angles. The mash-tun sits on a shelve that will slide in and out. Once I’m done mashing I can tear down the system and be left with just my boil kettle. I use an immersion chiller and do not use a pump. Results have been pretty good over the years. I have only dumped 2 batches – one my temperature gauge broke and the other mistake was adding fresh Mango to a couple gallons of Helles. I only lager two batches per year. One O-fest for my annual poker party and one Helles for spring.Next pictures are (4) of my gravity fed system working. Yes, I do climb the ladder to dump water for my HLT.Pictures 5 and 6 are of my fly sparging lid. This is also homemade as my system was made on a very tight budget7 is a picture of my homemade hopstopper. Works very well. I purchased 2 stainless steel strainers from IKEA, deconstructed them, sewed them together with copper wire.The last picture is the outcome of the Northland Brewing Ghetto Gravity Stystem ~hmmmmmm BEER or wort at this time.