1887 — Konrad Count of Preysing introduces mechanical processes into the brewery.
1789 — Johann Kaspar I Count of Preysing combines the breweries Aholming and Moos. He creates the foundation of today’s brewery from the stones.
1826 — The first experiments to create Weissbier (wheat beer) are made.
1902 — The mechanization of the brewery creates a modernized, efficient brewery.
1910 — The first Helles (pale lager) is brewed and immediately becomes popular.
1922 — Count Georg von Preysing hosts the Mooser Laubhuetten festival, Volksfest with a large agricultural show. This festival attracts tens of thousands of visitors. In the midst of the recession after the First World War the Schlossbrauerei Moos erects the first festival tent at the Straubinger Gäubodenfest.