From Popular Mechanics, via Instapundit
building a shed, drawing up the plans, pouring the foundation and getting the wood yourself will take longer than buying a preassembled setup, and is likely to cost more. But it's not always about saving money and time. For example, with 8.6 million barrels of craft beer sold in 2008, and a growing artisanal beer community in the U.S., you'd think fewer people would be brewing at home. Instead, the opposite seems to be true—some estimates show that home brewing is on the rise in the U.S. Next time you crack open a cold one, strained, heated and brewed by your own hand, you'll understand. Here are nine DIY home breweries for the truly obsessed.
This is a three-tier brewing system, a simple—but elegant—gravity-fed rig.