A Witbier or lower ABV Saison could work as well. Both can be relatively straightforward to brew, have plenty of flavor from the yeast, and I have yet to find someone that will turn down a well brewed one. As far as the wits go, something along the lines of:
50% Pilsner malt
50% Wheat malt (can throw in some flaked wheat as well here)
Aim for an OG of around 1.050
~15-20 IBUs from a single 60 minute addition, I like Saaz, but just about any lower AA hops will work. Go for noble if possible.
At flameout add ~1 oz orange zest and ~.5 oz crushed coriander.
Ferment with Wy3944 around 70*F
For the table Saison, I really like:
75% Pilsner malt
25% Wheat malt
Aim for OG around 1.045
~15 IBU from a 75 minute addition, noble hops if you can (I like EKG)
0.5 oz Styrian Goldings @ 15 min
0.5 oz Styrian Goldings or Saaz or EKG (I like a blend of all 3) @ flameout
Ferment with Wy3522 @ low 70's