Very easy to grow. Plant the rhizo early in the spring and give them regular watering (every 4-7 days unless it rains a lot).
You will need to plan for how large they get. They can easily grow 20-25 feet tall in years 2 or 3. And they need a rope or piece of twine to grow around as they don't have the strength to grow on their own. Some people have built beatiful trellis systems. I went cheaper and easier by putting a threaded eye bolt about 20 feet up a sparsely leaved Oak tree. Three such ropes go through the eye bolt and allow me to keep 3 different varieties. To harvest, I just drop the rope from the ground, it's super easy. I got hop bines that were 12-15 feet tall in their first year, hoping for more next year.
Primary #1: Empty #2: Empty
Secondary #1: Belgian Golden Strong #2: Dark Belgian Strong #3: Empty #4: Framboise Lambic
Kegged: RedHook ESB clone, Fat Tire Amber
Bottles: Surly Furious clone, Kicked by a Moose Scotch Ale, Apfelwein, Russian Imperial Stout, Trappist Dubbel, Carmelite Tripel
On Deck: Kölsch IV, Altbier II