Originally Posted by fratermus
I agree with the others; keep them covered up and you should be good.
I'd do a dry run capping a corona with your existing capper to see how it works *before* you've got 5gals primed in the bottling bucket. There are sporadic reports that Coronas are difficult to cap with some wing cappers.
+1 I found this out the hard way with 21 full of fresh beer & had to transfer it to other bottles.The ring that a wing capper grabs on a bottle is higher on corona ,modela, & a few other bottles and the wing capper is too high up on the neck to fully crimp it down.Look at one and compare it to an american crown capped bottle and you'll start to recognize the ones you can and can't cap w/ a wing capper.I now have a benchtop capper so it doesn't matter any more.
I actually bottle a few in clear every batch to see how they are clearing and how the color looks.