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The Lister Arms (Thwaites)

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Thwaites - Nutty BlackExcellent1
Thwaites - Double CenturyExcellent1
Thwaites - Wainwright (please now use the Banks's entry)Excellent1

Visits Details

21 Apr 2009 (Leigh)
Situated in Malham, The Lister Arms is the best place to drink after tackling Malham Cove or Gordale Scar. Food is served, and there is outside seating. A great array of Thwaite's beers, all well kept, along with Warstiner and Konig Ludwig on draught. Very tidy pub, with pleasant staff and dogs welcome. Rooms available.
Thwaites - Double Century4.80ExcellentCopper-coloured best bitter, with a more subtle hoppiness than the Wainright.
Thwaites - Wainwright (please now use the Banks's entry)4.10ExcellentRefreshing and very pale in colour, with a nice fruitiness in the body and a citrussy hoppiness. Excellent after a long walk!
Thwaites - Nutty Black3.30ExcellentA true dark mild - toasted coffee and chocolate notes, and a smooth finish with only a mild hop prescence. Very moreish.

About The Lister Arms

Summary of Beer Scores



The pub is found in Malham, North Yorkshire, BD23 4DB.

A great place to revive after a day's walking at nearby Malham Cove.

We have visited this pub once, seen 3 different beers and tried them all.

Map location

Postcode: BD23 4DB