Some sort of blonde, or lighter american pale ale is a good call. Also, check out "The Innkeeper" British Bitter recipe from northern brewer. Use 002 if you want it ready faster (I like 1469) but it takes longer to clear. I turn that beer around from grain to glass in about 3+ weeks. It is a great drinking beer. Also, British dark milds can turn around fast as well.
Kegged/Serving: Porter, Helles, British Bitter, Dark Mild, Oatmeal Amber, APA
Bottled: Barley Wine, Bourbon Barrel Porter, Strong Scotch Ale, Sour Belgian Golden on Cherries
Primary: IPA, British Bitter, American Wheat, Dortmunder, German Pils
Secondary: Sour Cherry Stout, German Pils, Dortmunder
Future Brews: Dark Mild, British Bitter, Oatmeal Amber, American Brown, American wheat, American Pale Ale