Mine was certainly an unplanned half inebriated effort. I had done the robust porter and checked the gravity of the runoff once my kettle was full. It was still about 1.030 so I decided to top off the mash and make a braggot with honey bought for a mead. After I brewed it I did a little research.but looking back my research was poor, my plan/recipe even worse and it was hopped wrong and too low and way too dry. I added the honey at the end of the boil and still didn't get much "character."
euge, I think the approach to making a good braggot surprises a lot of beer brewers. I can tell you that my first braggot was a joke.