The Beardcaster -a beard podcast all about beards and mustaches and competitive bearding
About This Show
Got a great mustache or beard? Want to know about the culture that surrounds those that grow? For most it is a way of life, not some trendy accessory. We will be covering all types of issues including charity work, styling products and care, to the people that shape the culture and the interesting stories behind them, and anything else interesting. Come join host, Scott Sykora, as he digs into what is going on in the community all across the country and finds out what makes the people that grow amazing facial hair such amazing people.
Most Recent Episode
Episode 19-Steel City Drew
Beards for Beasts is only a few weeks away so The Beardcaster, and special guest co-host Anthony "The Stache" Fontes, sat down with the Steel City Beard and Mustache Club president Andrew Miscowiec to get the lowdown on the 4th year of this fantastic event. Held at the beautiful Rivers Casino in Pittsburgh, PA the event is once again benefiting the Animal Rescue League & Wildlife Shelter and Hello Bully charities. The boys met up at Suzie's Dogs in Boardman Ohio to discuss the upcoming event and enjoy some fine weiners. Beards and Suzie's have a history as Anthony and Suzie's in Youngstown have collaborated in the past to host a couple of The Rust Belt Whisker Society's beard competitions, so we wanted to give back to those who have given to us. Entering what appeared to be a newly built establishment I fought my way though the hordes of Browns and Steelers fans watching both games on the multiple big screen tv's in the venue. I was greeted by Drew, who as any Steelers fan, was 16 beers into his Sunday football afternoon and being all crazy. I soon realized the Drew I sat with was a bald faced mortal and quickly scooted across the bar to the Drew I knew, the man with the red chops. Shortly after we are joined by Anthony and we all began to catch up on what was going on in the world of bearding. Giving us barely any time to breath, Ariana, our server, attacked us with all the great things Suzie's had to offer. A luxurious menu of over 50 possible toppings were presented to us with different "dog" and bun configurations that were possible. The choices were tough, there was some confusion, fear and tears were had but our AMAZING server Ariana was there to save the day. As any typical time I go out to eat, I find I need to get in the head of the person serving me. I need to achieve confidence that I know that they are legit and that they know their craft and their home. I needed the confidence of an employee to make me lust after their weiners in a place like this. I needed to know I was going to be taken care of...and ta