Work on the new site on Gordon Street, costing around $3m, will begin in August.
This marks the Aberdeenshire-based brewery and bar operator and Australian Venue Co (AVC) expanding their partnership to WA.
The site will transform Gordon Street Garage on the city fringe in West Perth into a destination brew pub with capacity for 600 patrons.
It will be the fifth BrewDog in Australia and the first in WA.
BrewDog chief executive and co-founder James Watt said: “Australia is one of the most exciting craft beer markets in the world, and so we are thrilled to be expanding our partnership with AVC to bring our unique bar experience to the people of Perth.
“With five bars across the country, Australia is an increasingly important market for us, as we continue to lead the craft beer revolution all over the globe”.
BrewDog Perth is the first of four new BrewDog bars set to open under the partnership with AVC, following on the heels of BrewDog Pentridge and BrewDog South Eveleigh, which opened in late 2022.
The site will be located only 550m from Perth Arena (RAC Arena) and an eight minute walk from the Perth city centre and Northbridge.
The new venue will be 945sqm, across large indoor and outdoor spaces including two bars, a beer garden, and a stage.
BrewDog Perth will offer 40 taps of craft beer, including a line-up of Brisbane-brewed BrewDog beers alongside guest beer tap takeovers and collaborations with local breweries.
Australian Venue Co. chief executive Paul Waterson said the new venue will showcase the best of BrewDog and will be the perfect gathering spot for the Perth community.
What's on the menu?
He added: “Perth has one of the most dynamic hospitality scenes in the country right now, so we’re excited to bring our partnership with a renowned international brand like BrewDog to WA for the first time.”
Its food menu will be 50% plant-based, with an extensive range of vegan and vegetarian options alongside BrewDog’s staple burgers, wings and pizzas.
The drinks menu will also feature non-alcoholic options, spirits, wines, cocktails and ciders.
In terms of décor, BrewDog’s signature aesthetic will complement the industrial design of the former coffee roastery, with bright neons, leather seating, industrial lighting, arcade games and a retail store featuring BrewDog beer and merchandise.