Scotland's controversial craft brewer is set to open its first bar, restaurant and bottle shop in Glasgow.
BrewDog have confirmed today the second Glasgow venue DogHouse will open its doors at midday on Saturday October 31, just in time for Halloween revellers.
Located on Hutcheson Street, the food-focused venue will serve up barbecue staples and smoked meat, pour pints from a 25-tap bar and provide drinkers with an outdoor seating area.
The maverick brewery based in Ellon rocketed to fame with a 70% increase in turnover in 2013, announcing a £29.6m turnover last year.
This year alone, the company announced they would start production in the US, confirmed four new venues across Europe and was responsible for launching the world's strongest canned ale at 12.7% ABV.
Founded by James Watt and Martin Dickie, the company currently has 36 venues open around the world from pubs and bottle shops to shuffleboard-themed sports bars.
But the latest Glasgow venue promises something BrewDog fans have never seen before.