The beer brand shared a video detailing how people can make their own eclipse viewers with an empty cardboard box

Corona has jumped on the bandwagon of marketing its product for today’s solar eclipse by creating a brief video showing how to make a pinhole camera with its 12-pack box. The process requires aluminum foil, white paper and scissors or a box cutter. Corona claims this task only takes around 35 seconds to complete.

For those who do make the viewer, the company recommends they use the 12 bottles inside to toast with friends and family following the event. Corona is asking fans to caption their eclipse party posts on Instagram with the hashtag #CoronaEclipse.

Corona Eclipse Viewer

Corona has jumped on the bandwagon of marketing its product for today’s solar eclipse by creating a brief video showing how to make a pinhole camera with its 12-pack box. The process requires aluminum foil, white paper and scissors or a box cutter. Corona claims this task only takes around 35 seconds to complete.

For those who do make the viewer, the company recommends they use the 12 bottles inside to toast with friends and family following the event. Corona is asking fans to caption their eclipse party posts on Instagram with the hashtag #CoronaEclipse.