As a little bit of a guideline, from their website.
The famous award winning founder of the JW Dundee Ales & Lagers family. Honey Brown has a deep golden color and smooth, full bodied flavor with just a hint of honey on the palate.
Gold Award Winner of the 2004 World Beer Cup: Special Honey Lager or Ale Category.
On most of their beers, I like that they actually tell you what hops they used, but they don't for this one. At only 10 IBUs I bet it doesn't matter that much.
I second the use of a little honey malt, maybe some light crystal and a well attenuating ale yeast. Also try your best to stay in the right temp. range for the yeast, preferably on the lower end of the range