I moved from propane to natural gas to maybe save money and took care of some safety issues as well. I am retired and often brew by myself in mid week. I was getting concerned about HLT's above my head and the weight of even an empty keggle needing to be brought down to the ground from my old 2X4 three tier system. It was becoming a safety concern. Also, I wanted to increase production and make my life easier.
I decided a new rig was in order and I also wanted to brew on my patio. There, it was easy access to NG and I no longer had to worry about tanks or, running out of fuel.
Next to that patio is also a window to my basement brewery. That played into my second safety concern.
My brewery is located in my basement and I tired of hauling carboys down the steps, often by myself. The pictures below offer a solution. I set up a pipeline from my boil kettle through the basement window into my carboys. I have some tweaking to do but it is working ok. I may need your help later in solving some issues.