I would not want to, no. Your decision is up to you. I've had my beard for 15 years. Not having it would likely cause me to feel out of character for the interview, which would make shaving a moot point.
And, as I said, if that's the key to getting the job, then it's probably a job I don't want anyway.
Why? The bar to get the job isn't always the same bar as excelling at the job.
I interviewed at a company where everyone wore tees. I wore a suit. If I wore a tee I wouldn't get the job. It doesn't follow that because I would have to wear a suit (and that they would hold it against me if I don't) to get a job means I don't want to work there - because I could wear whatever (and I did) I want after I get the job.
Corporate mindsets bother me, to some degree. If shaving (something totally and completely irrelevant to your ability to perform, unlike the ability to look professional when needed) is required to get the job, then it's just a place a I don't wish to work at.