Woodfordes and Muntons have finally released the Sundew Ale kit that has been created as a replacement for the withdrawn Great Eastern Ale.
We received our first batch on our delivery after the Bank Holiday weekend. I requisitioned one pack to put on as a taster, but as both of my fermenters were in use (making all grain brews of Hop Back Summer Lightning and a Ruddles County) my kit didn't go on until this weekend. It is described as a cross between a lager and a pale ale and my kit, which was made using bottled water, was a pale gold colour, with a rich sweet taste and low obvious bitterness.
It is currently fermenting quite happily at the moment and gravity (and thus original sweetness) is dropping rapidly, so I should be barrelling it this weekend and have it available as a taster at the beginning of June.
UPDATE: July 2012. When I tasted this from the barrel, it had an obvious, pronounced "floral" aftertaste which was abit overpowering in the early stages but which mellowed quite dramatically as the beer aged and matured. At the time I put it in the barel, I also bottled half a dozen pints. When these were served chilled, the "floral" aftertaste was slightly suppressed and the beer was much more enjoyable.