I'd fire out a standard value bet, but no way would I call a raise much more than a min-bet. The only hands I can figure we "beat" that would call the flop and raise the river are A9, AK, and AsXs. And all of those are chops, not wins. A ten or AA is much more likely to raise the river and more likely to call the flop than a random ace.
So what do we get value from for betting? Since you bet the flop, he's unlikely to put you on an ace, and he might call with JJ, QQ, or KK.
I think that Zeebo theorem is a bit extreme in general, and this isn't the best spot to apply it, because there's an ace on the board. The vast majority of his calling range should be an ace or better if you shove. That whole "nobody ever folds a full house" rule is bull%$*&. That's the kind of stuff you see at penny stakes, not at .1/.25. I don't even think unsophisticated players view this as a full house, either. I think they'd see it as one pair, because that's what they hit with their hole cards. If we had the ten, then it's likely worth overbetting in order to get him to pay off big with an ace. Just the ace isn't a dominant enough hand to overbet with, though.