After a delayed start due to lightning, the 2017 TAP New York festival ended Sunday with several Hudson Valley breweries bringing home medals.

This year's TAP New York was the 20th anniversary of the beer festival that celebrates beers brewed in New York State. This year over 300 beers were submitted for judging in various styles. The Mid Hudson Valley was well represented, bringing home medals in several categories.

In the Wheat Beer category, New Paltz Brewing scored a bronze medal for their Gratzer German Wheat. Keegan Ales picked up silver in the IPA category for a new offering called Fun. Sloop Brewing in Elizaville got a bronze medal in the Strong IPA category for their Double Plus Good.

The F.X. Matt Memorial Cup for best craft brewery in New York went to Spider Bite Brewing in Holbrook, which also received the John Calen Memorial Award for their Imperial English Stout, Boris the Spider. Best overall beer in New York went to The Whale Brown Ale from Community Beer Works in Buffalo

Chatham Brewing Company was named the best Hudson Valley brewery and awarded the Matthew Vassar Brewers' Cup.

A full list of winning breweries was released this weekend.