Brew State Staff


Chad Tindall- Director

Program director Chad Tindall has nearly twenty years experience in private baseball instruction. He takes a thoughtful and holistic approach in guiding young players to be their best.. Through his Bachelor Degree in Communications (UW-La Crosse) and the good fortune to train under some top baseball professionals, Tindall has developed a strong skillset around connecting to young players and helping them understand what it takes to reach their potential.

As a player Chad led Burlington Catholic Central to a state title in 1999. From there he played with 6-time NJCAA National Champions Arizona Central College where he teamed with future Major Leaguers Ian Kinsler & Rich Harden.  Tindall also earned scholarships from​ LMU (Knoxville, TN), Kishwaukee College (Malta, IL), and Madison College (Madison, WI).

As a coach before starting Brew State, Tindall assisted the University of Wisconsin-Parkside baseball program and managed U.S. Baseball Academy camps for five years. Chad counts his time working with MLB hitting coach John Mallee, UW-Milwaukee head coach Scott Doffek,, and Auburn University head coach Clint Myers amongst his strongest influences.

Internationally, Chad has also played baseball in Beijing, China and coached in Perth, Australia.


Kyle Koth - Head of Baseball Youth Operations

Coach Kyle comes to us as a  2018 Graduate of Wisconsin Lutheran College where he played 4 years of baseball as a catcher .  Entering his third year of coaching our youth programs at Brew State.  He has demonstrated his development as a coach from starting with a 2 - 11 record his first season to a 28 - 16.  He has 3 years coaching experience prior to joining our Brew State crew and has continued to expand his coaching skills for us. 

 Kyle's really had a knack for taking teams that have started out very slow and having them finish in championship games and win championships and league at the end of the year. It's certainly a skill that we love about him because we are development first at the ages especially he coaches