The Huber family established the Mohren Brewery at Dornbirn near the Bodensee (Lake Constance) in the Voralberg in 1834. It specialised in particularly strong beers in which a small proportion of wheat was incorporated in the mash. The museum is located in a building alongside the brewery, and uses interactive displays to tell the story of brewing in the region since the early nineteenth century. It incorporates the plant from the small but historic Satteinser Gasthausbrauerei Schäfle brewery, which closed in 1917, and was purchased by Heinz Huber in 1989. The Mohren Brewery remains in the control of the Huber family and currently employs more than a hundred people.