Dont worry about the nay-sayers, there will always be people who say negative or discouraging things, but I think there are plenty of forum users out here who have learned more about brewing from the forums than they ever would from books or just on their own and are wanting to give back. Welcome to HBT!
Daksin does have one good point of looking to Probrewer for questions involving actually running a brewing buisness. There are alot more professionals out there on Probrewer, although I find this community a little more responsive sometimes.
Sounds like you are learning alot up there in Canada, good luck with your program, I wish I could take a few years off work and do what you are doing.
Back to your original question again, Nightshade has it right from a Real Life perspective, its hard to layout some ideal sales plan & actually execute it, but from the sounds of it, your HW is a little more hypothetical.
I was able to grab a screen shot of my excel layout for a brewing schedule that I put together just to get some idea of monthly costs for my buisness plan.
Each color represents a different beer, they are also labeled as to which fermenter/brite tank they are doing into. the boil kettle rows represent actual brew days, where as the fermenter and brite tank rows represent a place holder for where beers can "slot" into.
As I went through the days weeks, it started to get a little complicated as far as lining up brew days with open fermenters and open brite tanks. But this was what dictated how often I could brew, because in the real world you want 0days down time for your fermenters and brites (ie always full of something) so that you can maximize your output. Although you will notice, mine are not always full of something, if i could afford more fermenters or brites, my production values would def go up.
Hope this helps, or at least gives you a better picture of what I was talking about.