DULUTH, Minn. -

Paul the Cider Man returned to the Duluth Farmer’s Market to make fresh pressed apple cider.

Community members had the chance to watch the Cider man press the apples, and to even buy the cider, right on the spot. The farmers market also featured fall decorations and produce.

"It tastes better than anything you can buy in the store. I think in the store a lot of it is pasteurized and that kind of takes away a lot of the flavor," said Paul Steklenski, the Cider Man.

Paul the Cider man has been pressing apples for 31 years, and is looking for an apprentice to eventually take over his craft.