The £1m venue will join to the city's rich German themed beer bar scene, adding to the likes of WEST and the Bier Halle.
The group confirmed the opening date of the new Brau Haus under the hashtag #GutentagGlasgow.
— Bavaria Brauhaus (@BrauhausGla) October 22, 2015
The company also offered a preview of the interesting interior design including the one-of-a-kind mural painted across the ceiling of the building by Glasgow artist Nichol Wheatley.
And though they were keeping their cards fairly close to their chest in terms of what beers they will have on offer:
All will be revealed very soon 😏 pinky pretzel promise https://t.co/igXRnCBvpU
— Bavaria Brauhaus (@BrauhausGla) October 23, 2015
It is thought that the range of brews on offer will revolve around the classic 'Big 6' that dominate the Munich brewing scene - Spaten, Hofbrau, Hacken-Pschorr, Augestiner brau, Paulaner, and Lowenbrau.
The A-listed building, that was formerly the site of Madness Theatre of Fun, has undergone a £1m renovation and redesign and when it opens next month will be home to what the owners say will be the biggest German-themed licensed premises in the city.
Owner Raymond Codona recently told STV that he felt the bar would work well with the city's aesthetic, he said: “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.
“We believe this will be the perfect compliment to Glasgow’s vibrant and buzzing bar and restaurant culture.”