A large fire destroys the brewery, agricultural buildings and castle. Restoration by Count Warmund von Preysing starts with the brewery and the agricultural buildings. The castle is not completely restored again until 1636.
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.
The Mooser Pfingstfest (Whitsun festival) is established. Today it is one of the most prestigious equestrian events in Bavaria. The harmonious mixture of equestrian sport and the traditional community fair has made the Whitsun festival in Moos famous beyond the village, attracting regional and supra regional visitors in the thousands.
About 70 employees produce 140,000 hectoliters of beer annually, in addition to the main sales area of Lower Bavaria Arcobräu products are currently sold throughout Germany and exported to Europe, USA and Asia. The seven major festivals of Lower Bavaria today are celebrated and enjoyed with Arcobräu products.