I don't have any experience with those varieties, but the first year the hallertauer was slow. I mean slow, like two months, before it peeked out. Now, it's like a jungle! The cascade was the fastest to show out of the earth, but now it's more of a "medium" emerger, if that makes sense. It's less than half the height of my hallertauer this year, but it'll overtake it soon.
My newest rhizomes are centennial and chinook. The chinook popped out about 3-4 weeks after planting (it's been cool this spring) and nothing from the centennials as of yet.
Even though they aren't poking up through the soil visibly, there is a lot going on under the earth. They get acclimated, and start sending down roots and even start forming the crown, before the show themselves. Once they're established, though, they are aggressive and will really take off.