Guten tag Glasgow! It's time to look out those Lederhosen.
The city's newest Bavarian style beer house has just announced its opening date, with the £1million venue set to open at 30 Bothwell Street on November 11.
Confirmed in a Twitter announcement to its fans under the hashtag #GutenTagGlasgow, Bavaria Brau Haus will swing open its doors to the city's beer lovers offering them traditional German cuisine and drink.
Whilst the full range of beers hasn't yet been confirmed, the key offerings will be centred around what are known in Munich as 'The Big 6' - Lowenbrau, Hofbrau, Augestiner, Paulaner, Hacken-Pschorr and Spaten.
Set to become the next big go-to place where you can get a dunkle, in a dinkel, on a deckel (a dark beer in a dinkel glass on a German coaster called a deckel) the A-listed building in the city centre has undergone a full re-invention to bring it up to the cavernous beer hall standards of the Bavarian motherland.
The soon-to-be biggest German-themed licensed premises in the city has released some sneak peak photos of what it has been up to over the last few weeks.
The very traditional German interior will have ornate bronze ornamentation and a unique ceiling mural painted by Glasgow artist Nichol Wheatley, along with a mezzanine area seating around 150 guests.
As owner Raymond Codona told STV in September: "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."