I just want to recommend WLP005, White Labs British Ale yeast.
I did a pale ale with 10Lbs. Pale 2-row and 1 Lb. Caramel 40L, with Stirling hop additions.
The WLP005 added a very slight sweetness in the front of the crisp, clean beer, and the Stirling followed up with a spicy/herbal bitterness. It was wonderful! I am tempted to make ALL of my Pale Ale/IPA/Bitters/Similar recipes with this strain, because it is awesome.
-Oh, yeah- and this was a very young beer. The fermentation was complete after 94 hours, and I was drinking it at 10 days after brewing (1500 ml starter [shaken]).
Try this yeast! You'll love it.
I do not work for White Labs, but I admire their work.