Originally Posted by Hang Glider
If you want to give it a name - it would be a honey brown
Not sure how brown it will actually end up. The brown sugar lends some color (depending on the type of brown sugar) but not much more than the extract to be honest. With light extract and the absence of specialty grains most of the color will come from caramelization during the boil. If you added all the extract at the beginning of a partial boil it will probably end up a nice copper color.
Summit hops are very high alpha and the Coopers extract is hopped so your IBU's, if my calculations are correct, should be in the high 70's. Also, your ABV should be around 6.5%. This is sounding more and more like some sort of IPA to me.
As far as primary and whatnot, I like to primary a beer this size around 2 weeks then secondary for a few more to clear and bulk age. High gravity beers can really benefit from a secondary aging period. Just my opinion. Don't bother cracking one open till a few weeks in the bottle.