Yes, I grow hops. I have only one vine. Usually only the female plants are grown, so there will be no viable seed.
There are some wild hops that grow in this general area, and you can find both male and female plants. If you got some seed from a female that was grown close to a male plant it would be viable. I transplanted a wild female plant to my yard and it grew for two years, but I had put it near some chokecherries and it did not compete well.
Hops is a fast growing vine and it dies to the ground each winter. You need to clean up the old vines in the early spring.
There are two main types of hops used for brewing. The one is for aroma and the other for the bitters. Both types are used in the making of beer.
Gardening at 5000 feet elevation, zone 4/5 Northern Utah, Frost free from May 25 to September 8 +/-