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The Walrus is Paul

IPA with Centennial, Pacific Jade Hops – 6.3% Alc/Vol


  • On Tap Novato
  • On Tap Petaluma
  • Cans To Go Petaluma
  • Cans To Go Santa Rosa
  • Cans To Go Novato
  • Centennial, Pacific Jade Hops
  • 6.3 % ALC/VOL
  • IPA/DIPA/Pale
  • Weed, grapefruit juice, diesel, sweet mint, pine, doughy malt

About The Walrus is Paul

There’s a yellow submarine with a full complement of tealeaf torpedos navigating your flavor sensors right now! It’s leaving a wake of lemon oil, grapefruit juice, and black tea aroma everywhere it goes. Imagine deep inside the submarine, are little Liverpudlians using Pacific Jade and Centennial hops to create big aroma and flavor in this beautifully hazy IPA. With each sip, tastes and colors become more vibrant, more saturated, banishing blandness and expelling blue meanies! Goo Goo g’joob!

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Paul McCartney, singer, bassist, songwriter, imposter? Since the mid-sixties there has been a persistent rumor that Paul McCartney somehow perished in a car wreck and was replaced both in his band and in the lives of his loved ones. “Evidence” for this was everywhere. Some say that Paul being shoeless on the cover of Abbey Road represents him being dead. Certain roses on Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club are arranged in a funerary fashion, certain songs played backwards reveal the secret confessions. List goes on…


As we all know, in 1966, Paul died in a car accident and was replaced by a young lookalike named Billy Shears, often referred to as “Faux Paul” or simply “Faul”. This was a calculated move by the band, their manager, and MI6 who enjoyed the distraction Beatlemania provided. The band then retired from public performance and began their “Studio Years”. They reluctantly acceded to this deception, but their guilt overcame them and they began leaking hints at the truth in hidden backwards recordings and album cover art. John even sang the line “Here’s another clue for you all, the Walrus is Paul”, the Walrus being the Scandinavian avatar of death. The question isn’t “Who is Paul?”, we know that. It’s been decades after all and Faul has been Paul longer than Paul was Paul and certainly Faul has been Paul longer than Billy was Billy. The question is WHAT is Paul?  A man from Liverpool or an idea? This IPA is made with Centennial and Pacific Jade hops.