Originally Posted by IPANut
Please excuse my ignorance ... but you add the Honey Malt after the hops at 0 mins and then put into primary or filter the malt out with the hops?
Honey MALT is a type of grain, it imparts a sweeter flavor into the beer, OP used actual honey. The difference here is that a lot of the time the honey gets eaten up by the yeast as it is sugar and therefore ends up contributing more to ABV rather than really adding to flavor.
What has been posted as an alternative idea was using honey malt for the honey/sweeter flavor and then to keep with the boost in ABV adding brown sugar at about 5 minutes before flameout (or end of boil).
If you decide to use the honey MALT, just add it into your other grains. I did it with the honey malt and the result was awesome. In NO way saying adding the honey ISN'T a good choice, that was merely my personal mod to this recipe, which is an AMAZING one.
This beer didn't last more than a week once it was carbed.