I brew a canadian ale with honey. It's a partial mash.
1 3.3# can light malt extract
2 #s light spray malt
1/2# cara pils grain
1/2#canadian 2-row barley
Boiling hops are 1 oz Willamette hop pellets
Aroma hops are also 1 oz Willamete
Yeast is White labs California Ale yeast
1 1/2 # honey
place grains in muslin bag and tie the end. Put 1 1/2 gallons cold water into brew kettle. Add the grains and slowly bring temp up to 150 degrees. Hold 10 minutes at this temp. Place strainer over pot. Rinse grains with 1/2 gallon hot water and then discard grains.
Add malt extracts and bring to boil. Add boiling hops and continue to boil for 28 minutes. After 28 minutes add the honey. Let boil for 2 more minutes then shut off, add the aroma hops, turn the heat off and let stand, covered for 2 minutes.
Cool wort and add to fermenter with water for a total of 5 gallons. Aerate and add the yeast, cover and ferment 5-7 days.
Rack to secondary and add Champagne yeast to finish. Leave in secondary for another week. After that I keg it, condition it, and serve it.
Probably not exactly what you asked for but it's a golden honey ale.