Ryan Topp, Owner/Author
Ryan Topp is a Middleton, Wisconsin native who moved to the Milwaukee area just in time for The Great Rebuild to payoff. Ryan has been writing for various Brewers blogs since 2008 and was co-host of the now-defunct Bernie’s Crew podcast. Ryan is a staunch Rickie Weeks apologist, once shook Mike Trout’s hand just so he could tell his grand kids one day that he had.
Curt Hogg, Featured Author
A native of the glamorous village that is Brown Deer, WI, Curt joined the staff at DoU in December 2013 as a featured author. Currently he is pursuing a journalism degree at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he can probably also be seen shirtless in the front row of Camp Randall. Tallest and skinniest writer for Reviewing the Brew. Noted Ryan Braun apologist.
Nicholas Zettel, Author
Born and raised in Milwaukee, Nicholas is a Brewers fan, baseball labor nut, stathead, and amateur historian. Favorite Brewers include Rickie Weeks, Yovani Gallardo, Ryan Braun (duh!), and Shaun Marcum. Baseball obsessions include junkball pitchers and power/speed players. Currently residing in Cleveland, you might find Nicholas biking about town or shopping at West Side Market.
Jaymes Langrehr, Author
Born and raised in Western Wisconsin, Jaymes overcame the temptation to grow up a Twins or Cubs fan to spend his formative years rooting for the Brewers. His favorite Brewers of all-time include Jeff Cirillo, Jeromy Burnitz, Ben Sheets, and of course…Russell Branyan. A graduate of Hofstra University on Long Island, NY, other interests include bad music, worse TV shows, and Hofstra basketball.
Steve Garczynski, Author
Steve Garczynski is a native of Madison, Wisconsin, where he grew up rooting for the Badgers, Packers, and, of course, the Brewers. He is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. He’s written lots of words about the Brewers over the years at various sites. Likes include good music, good TV, and arguing with Ryan Topp. Dislikes bullpens.
Jonathan Judge, Author
Adam Wieser, Author
Vineet Barot, Author
Vineet Barot moved to Wisconsin in 2009 and fell in love with the Milwaukee Brewers and baseball. He is a mechanical engineer by trade and a volleyball player by the weekends. He loves comedy in all forms and can be occasionally seen attempting stand-up at open mics around Milwaukee.
He is the host of the Disciples of Uecker Podcast.
Tim Schaefer, Author
Born in Milwaukee and raised on the hard streets of Glendale, Wisconsin, Tim Schaefer is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and a current student at Chicago-Kent School of Law. Despite spending most of his waking hours reading or pretending to read cases, he still finds time to read about, listen to, and sometimes make music of the odd, often unlistenable variety. He’s been to something like two hundred Brewers games and has yet to obtain a Yovani Gallardo bobblehead.
Alex Poterack, Author
Alex Poterack was born in Milwaukee and moved to Arizona at a young age, but not before he got to attend his first few baseball games at County Stadium and became a lifelong Brewers fan. He graduated from NYU in 2010 and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in economics at Boston University. His other hobbies include watching movies and playing guitar.
Will Wojcik was born in Appleton, Wisconsin, and grew up in the bustling metropolis of Hortonville, Wisconsin. He graduated from the University of Minnesota in 2008, and is currently in his second year of law school at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. His interests include pushups, his dogs, and heavy law books. His favorite Brewers of all-time are Jeff Cirillo, Ben Sheets, and Lyle Overbay.
Jack Moore, Creator/Brewsletterer
Jack Moore is the creator of Disciples of Uecker, back to run the Brewsletter. He grew up in Trempealeau, WI and graduated from the University of Wisconsin in 2011. This whole baseball writing thing is his latest and greatest harebrained plot to avoid entering the real world.
J.P. Breen, Author/Owner Emeritus
J.P. Breen grew up in Madison, Wisconsin and began writing on the Milwaukee Brewers in 2008 with the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. He graduated from Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin and is currently working toward his Ph.D in American Religious History from the University of Chicago. He’s always been intrigued by the famous Wisconsin folk tale, The Legend of Tim Dillard.