Brain abscess due to Listeria monocytogenes (L. monocytogenes) mainly involves the cerebral hemispheres. Cerebellar abscess is an infrequent event, which could lead to rapid neurological deterioration if unrecognized. We present a case of multiple brain stem and Cerebellar abscesses in a previously healthy individual exposed to unpasteurized milk. This is the second case of Cerebellar abscess due to L. monocytogenes reported in the English literature. The diagnosis of L. monocytogenes was made in the surgical specimen. Our case illustrates the difficulty of early diagnosis of Cerebellar L. monocytogenes abscesses and the importance of prompt neurosurgical intervention.