We go down to King Tut's Cider Mill in Elliot. Because you have to pasteurize cider to sell it to distributors, King Tut's has had to take a step back. Now Ken Tuttle, a third generation cider maker, will make some of the family's own cider and sell it right on the premises. However, they're also doing a good business with people who pick their own apples and bring them in for the Tut's to grind into pure, natural and delicious cider. If you're looking for family fun on a Saturday morning, give King Tut's a call. They make apple cider by appointment right up until New Year's.