Malty and mostly sweet with an almost liquorice-like hop bitterness fighting back.
Sweet and malty with an increasing, rather harsh bitterness.
Regrettably, like the other Camerons beers, ruined by oxidation. Beyond that huge distraction, one glimpses
a fair example of the sweeter North-eastern style of bitter. A relic from the Whitbread empire, Trophy – in its weaker, keg form – was once marketed as ‘the pint that thinks it's a quart'.