Speaking out of the vast experience of growing one hop vine I would be very leery of growing hops around the fruit trees for a number of reasons, one being that the vines are very irritating to the skin which would make harvesting the fruit a penance. Another is that hops are such a rambunctious vine I would be afraid of them killing the fruit trees, if only by swiping the nutrients for themselves.
If you have somewhere they can indulge their rampant growth they are enthusiastically used for shelter for both insects and birds; and the hops can be used for things other than beer. One such example is that pillows made with hops stuffing is supposed to be wonderful for people with insomnia. They also make an effective and attractive cover for a fence that you want to discourage people and others from pushing through/climbing over.