I did an American Wheat from Northern Brewer that I decided to add 2 pounds of honey to.
6 lbs Wheat LME
1 oz Willamette (60 mins)
1 oz Cascade (15 mins)
Wyeast 1010 American Wheat Ale
I did a partial boil at about 3 gallons. I ended up adding in the Willamette hops, but then half of the Cascade for the 60 minutes. I knew I was adding a bit of sweet to this with the honey. Not sure if it did a whole lot, but it was what I had.
I added the honey in at about 15 minutes left. I used honey I got from a friend who keeps bees. I believe it was clover honey, really bright. Sorry, I'm not really sure.
Anyway, this was an experiment for me. I didn't really know what I was doing and I suppose I still don't. It turned out ok. It packs a kick and as it ages it gets better.
My advice would be to add a couple weeks onto fermentation or bottling before you drink this when you add your honey to an extract kit. Mine definitely has a sweet honey flavor to it.
If you want to read about the brew day and more specifics of what I did, plus see the honey I used you can check out my blog post about it.Homebrewing with Honey