With more and more people hopping on the Brewers bandwagon this postseason, it is important to remember those who have been there from day 1. Or at least from the beginning of the postseason.
Social activist and former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick grew up a Green Bay Packers fan and has worn Brewers gear for interviews in the past.
Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield recently showed his support for the Brewers and specifically Christian Yelich after wearing a "Yeli" jersey before a game this season. The Brown eventually won their first game that same night.
Actor Chord Overstreet, best known for his role of Sam Evans on 'Glee', seen here repping the Brewers in the MLB All-Star Celebrity Game in 2011.
Professional wrestler Austin Aries is a Wisconsin superfan, showing support for the Brewers, Packers and Bucks. He often tweets about the Crew on his page.
Star witness in the OJ Simpson murder trial, Kato Kaelin, often tweets about the Brewers and how the can improve or just to congratulate them.
Former Green Bay Packers wide receiver Donald Driver has shown his support for the Crew since his time in the green and gold.
NASCAR driver Matt Kenseth is from Cambridge, Wisconsin and had thrown out the first pitch at Miller Park before.
Lead singer of the band Skillet John Cooper recently shared his support of the Brewers on his Twitter after they defeated the Rockies in the NLDS.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady recently told a Boston sports station that he is rooting for the Boston Red Sox and Milwaukee Brewers to make it to the World Series. Brady is close friends with Brewers owner Mark Attanasio.