Moose Drool calls for 002/1968 according to CYBI, and I wouldn't hesitate to use it for a mild even though Orfy's recipe uses Notty. A RIS should be ok, especially if you maybe shade a bit on the fermentable side.
The ester profile is pretty restrained at 65ºF in my experience. 68-70ºF is a bit more interesting. I haven't taken it above that temp.
Fuller's yeast is quite fast and very easy to work with. If you ferment in buckets, don't bother rinsing it; you can scoop it up with a sanitzed spoon like pudding. It's a great strain. If I could only ever brew with two strains, it would be one of them (after 2308).
Keg: Simple AIPA (2-row, Chinook, Cascade, WLP090)