I have a simple Brown Ale extract from Austin Homebrew supply that came with Windsor dry yeast. I decided it would be a great chance to create a yeast starter but I didn't get to brew within 24 or 48 hours. So I was thinking about washing and propagating the White Labs WPL060 that I have in the fridge instead of traveling out to the somewhat LHBS.
From what I've read the WPL060 is a fairly basic yeast and should be okay to use with an american brown ale recipe. However it never hurts to sample the deep knowledge pool here..
Primary - Apricot Ale
Secondary - none
Kegged - Four the Pale ale, Amber ale, Janet's brown
Bottled - Flanders red, barrel aged Belgian IPA, Oud Bruin clone