If your idea is to slice off a bine, maybe use some rooting hormone and get a "new" plant, you'll have an easy enough time.
I've propagated my Cascades 7 Chinooks with far less effort than that. As they sprout in the spring, i'll pull up some of the smaller or out lying bines - typically some of the roots come up with it - put those in a pot, or a bed, in soil, mild fertilizer and prob 95% of the time they take root. the 5% failure rate is more due to my dogs, neglect, etc than it is anything else.
Don't know if that's what your asking about, but hops are super easy to clone in my experience.