Dude, did another batch today. It tastes a little like "Real" bitter. Used the following:
1kg of malted, roasted buckwheat
464g of Asda's home brand honey. Assuming you guys have Asda... If not, any cheap home brand honey will do
750g Demerara sugar
2 dessert spoons of molasses
1oz Golding's hops
1 tea spoon of Irish Moss
Crushed the buckwheat, and added to a muslin bag to 2.5 gallons of water, along with the honey and 500g of the sugar and molasses. Heated to 160, then held for 2 hours. After 2 hours, removed the grain and poured boiling water through them, then added the water to the boil. Then added Golding's hops on a rolling boil. After 30 minutes I added the hallertau for 15/20 minutes, along with some Irish moss. Then transferred the boil to a fermentation tub, filtering it through the hops. Topped up to 3 gallons with cold water. Left it to cool slightly, then added yeast and remainder of sugar. Sampled a drop of the wort, and it tasted like "real" bitter.
Apologies for the mix of Imperial and Metric weights/temps. But that's how I work.