Building, excavation and documentary evidence show that there was once a Medieval period brewhouse west of Caesar's Tower at Warwick Castle.
The site of a deserted settlement of Medieval date within the outer enclosure of Boteler's Castle, suggested by earthworks and a scatter of pottery sherds. Evidence suggests that it was abandoned by the mid thirteenth century. The site lies 200m east of Oversley Castle.
The site of a disused brewery, where beer was made during the Imperial period. It was situated on Marton Road, Birdingbury.
A malt house dating to the Imperial period. It was used for malting grain for the brewing process. The malt house was situated 100m west of the church at Honiley.
The site of a malt house on Clapham Terrace, Leamington Spa, where grain was malted during the brewing process. It was in use during the Imperial period and is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886.
The site of a Medieval malt kiln, a structure in which barley was dried. It was found during an excavation and was situated to the west of Tibbets Close, Alcester.
The possible site of a brewery, where beer was brewed during the Imperial period. The brewery is marked on a tithe award map of 1839. The site is located at the north west end of Easenhall.
The base of an early post-medieval oven or malt kiln and other post-medieval features including cess pools, a cistern and wall foundations were recorded during the archaeological observation of groundworks at 10/11 Sheep Street, Stratford-upon-Avon.
The building known as Pump Cottage, Dove Cottage and the gardeners store dates from the late 18th century and may originally have been used as a brewhouse or laundry. It has undergone extensive alteration and now contains no original features.
The site of a brewery which was in operation during the Imperial period and is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886. It was located at Fenny Compton Wharf.