Here, hold my beer. Wait, what are you doing with my beer? Give that back. Didn’t you know, today and Saturday are Vancouver’s Spring Brewfest? You’re forgiven for losing track. The fourth annual Spring Brewfest has moved a few yards over from its usual home and is a little hemmed in this year. Because of ongoing construction at the waterfront, the Vancouver Landing patio space is not available, organizer Cody Gray said. So Spring Brewfest will be up in the southeast section of Esther Short Park, on the brick plaza only. The city doesn’t schedule anything on the grass before May, Gray said. No live music this time, either, he said.That means the beverages themselves will be the stars of this show. That’s no problem; Spring Brewfest will blossom with new and familiar flavors April 13 and 14. Visitors will be treated to the creations of 30 local breweries plus 15 meaderies, cideries and wineries. Each will pour two varieties — plus, many local taprooms put their foamy heads together to concoct something special for this event only: an “ALEtogether Pale Ale” that got brewed at Brothers Cascadia Brewing in Hazel Dell. “Clark County is now home to 22 taprooms by the last count,” said co-organizer Michael Perozzo, and they enjoy working together and showing off what a friendly, collaborative beer community we’ve got here — so much so that they’ve hash-tagged their partnership projects as #CommunityNotCompetition. “It’s a celebration of the growth of craft beer in the area and the first iteration is set to debut at Spring Brewfest this weekend,” Perozzo said.New arrivalsSeveral beverage crafters are new to the festival or new, period. A fledgling Vancouver company called Author Mead will go live and offer its first commercial sales — of a semisweet mead and an Oregon raspberry mead — at this event. Other newcomers are Dwinell Country Ales of Goldendale, with a Berlin-style wheat ale and a dark farmhouse ale; Wolf Tree Brewery of Seal Rock, Ore., with a spruce tip ale and a golden IPA; Thunder Island Brewing of Cascade Locks, with a golden ale and a “Remember the Forest IPA”; and Little Dipper Brewing, based at Battle Ground’s Northwood Pub, with a honey IPA and a classic British brown ale.