Lederhosen at the ready: an A-listed building in the city centre is set to become a Bavarian beer hall just in time for Oktoberfest.
The venue hopes to become the biggest German-themed licensed premises in the city when it opens in mid-October 2015.
With a focus on the best beers from the region and traditionally inspired cuisine, the venue will be one of a kind and the UK's most dedicated Bavarian-themed establishment.
Munich is known for its annual Oktoberfest celebration and cavernous beer halls, including the famed Hofbräuhaus.
Now, Glasgow revellers can enjoy the taste of the German city at Bavaria Brau Haus at 30 Bothwell Street.
The beer hall will be specialising in traditional German cuisine offering a range of traditional Bavarian meats with a British twist.
Whilst the full range of beers hasn't been confirmed, the key offering will be centred around what are know in Munich as 'The Big 6'.
These are Lowenbrau, Hofbrau, Augestiner, Paulaner, Hacken-Pschorr and Spaten.
The independent venue comes from owner Raymond Codona who is looking to offer German flavours and dishes using locally sourced ingredients.
The cuisine is a traditional Bavarian offering that features Schweinshaxe (pork knuckle), Schnitzel (veal) and a traditional Bavarian sausage.
While there will be a massive selection of quality German beers, the wine menu will also give a nod towards the Alpine region and local Austrian brands.
Bavarian Brau Haus will take over two floors with a mezzanine seating around 150 guests.
There will be a very traditional German interior with ornate and unique decorations including beautiful bronze work throughout.
Glasgow artist Nichol Wheatley will paint a one-of-a-kind mural across the ceiling of the building.
Raymond Codona said: "The Bavarian culture is such a vibrant and atmospheric one, that the opportunity to replicate it in Scotland, especially in Glasgow, is truly fantastic.
"We've spent a lot of time researching the traditional institutions of Munich, particularly the famous Hofbrauhaus, which is the key influence for this project.
"The products we offer are completely unique to Scotland and this kind of concept has never been delivered on such a scale as this.
"We believe this will be the perfect compliment to Glasgow's vibrant and buzzing bar and restaurant culture."