The idea of Gamla Enskede Brewery was realized on May 19, 2012 by Robin Johnander, when he applied for a patent for the trademark. Shortly after, a table was booked at Gamla Enskede Gatufest where Robin stood and sold the light beer, EPA-Enskede Pale Ale, from barrels in rod rain. Despite the weather, many people praised the beer and wondered where there was to buy. There were no plans to sell the beer in bottles at the time, but it was awakened so the shop StilEpok contacted the brewery and wondered if they could not sell epa in their shop. Several small batches of EPA were sold at StilEpok and each time the beer ran out within a few hours. Even the Resturangerna Långbro Inn and Tradition were quick to bring in epa.
The same was true of the brewery's second light beer, JUL 2012, which was sold exclusively at Gamla Enskede Julmaknad. In an hour and a half, 450 bottles sold out.
With this in his luggage, Robin decided to take the brewery one step more and register the business as a business instead of a hobby. At the turn of the year 2012-2013, construction of the new brewery began. Still thinking about small-scale, locally produced and exclusivity.