The Brewer’s restaurant stands in locality an erstwhile Upper Mill. The Upper Mill was located next to the mill‘s raceway in the vicinity of town brewery on today's place of Brewer’s restaurant in the Barvířská street. There are not so much written evidence about a history to the 16th century. The Upper Mill was rebuild again in 1525, the miller was old master Nypert, whose son Hans was executed for a murder of a noble virgin. The builder Sheyber from Volanov surveyed a waterpipe from the Upper Mill to the central gate in 1550. From 1571 the Upper Mill belonged to town, but a grain was not so much and was expensive, the mill had not almost nothing to milled. The judge Jan Chutowitz did an inspection of the Upper Mill in 1580 and at that time the respectable town council charge to repair the mill to miller Kašpar Ruker. The miller's trade is difficult. The millers were builders of mills, sawmills and weirs. After the town was destroyed by fire in 1861, the Upper Mill was not rebuild. For the last time the Upper Mill is remined in a first half of 19th century (from 1885) like a brewer’s restaurant called Brewer's yard. It was here war kitchen for poor people during the World War I. The Brewer’s restaurant existed until 1983. Now is the building reconstructed and is a part of Trutnov brewery with a long-term tradition.