This is a really good beer, and is super cheap and easy to do. It is really hoppy, if you don't like that you can use less hops.
It is not sweet at all, it just have a mild honey aroma, that is really pleasant with the bitter hops taste. (I don't like sweet beers). It have more or less 4,7 alcohol percentage.
Here is the recipe for 23 liters of honey beer.
It is delicious for cooking too, I use it in risotto (especially good in leeks risotto!), bread, soups, meet, river fish...
I spent an average of 50￠for a 75 cl bottle: malt→2,50 € for kilo, honey→5 € for kilo, plus few cents for the sugar and the bisulfite). I used wild hops that my mom picked and dry, and purchased the malt from a local bakery (they use it to make bread). This kind of malt is not the actual right beer kind, but it still work pretty well, and is way cheaper; it just leave a little bit of deposit on the bottom of each bottle.
I bought this two beer fermenters for 35 €.
Is really important to disinfect with the sodium bisulfite (read direction on package) every things you are going to use to make the beer.
☛You can also use your usual beer recipe and substitute part of the malt with honey (keeping sum of the different water percentage of them).